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More Bodies Found From Air France Flight

An Air France flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean during a thunderstorm on June 1, 2009, with 228 passengers and crew on board.

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Officials Begin to Identify Bodies in Air France Crash as Search Goes On
Article | RECIFE, Brazil, June 11 -- Authorities started to identify bodies Thursday from a jetliner crash, and the names of victims found far apart in the ocean could help determine whether the Air France plane broke up in the air as investigators link them to seat assignments.
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Jet Was Intact As It Hit Water
Article | PARIS, July 2 -- French crash investigators said Thursday they have determined that an Air France jetliner that plunged from a stormy sky on June 1 was intact when it smacked belly-first into the Atlantic Ocean at high speed, killing all 228 people aboard, but acknowledged they still have no clea...
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Brazil Finds More Wreckage from Jetliner Crash
Article | Brazil today reported finding more wreckage from an Air France jetliner that went down in the Atlantic Ocean Monday with 228 people on board, as naval vessels converged on the area in hopes of finding clues to what caused the worst crash in the airline's history.
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Ocean Debris Is Not From Air France Flight 447
Article | PARIS, June 5 -- The first pieces of debris picked up along the path of an Air France jetliner that went down in the Atlantic with 228 people aboard turned out not to have come from the ill-fated aircraft, French officials said Friday.
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Air France Flight 447: Search for the Black Boxes
| John Hansman, professor in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT and director of the International Center for Air Transportation, discusses the search and the investigation into the cause of the crash of Air France Airbus A330.

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