Wings Magazine

News
Air France sues over 2005 crash at Pearson

The French airline and its insurers are suing the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, which runs Pearson, the federal government and the country's air-traffic control agency.


June 4, 2008
By Drew Mccarthy

The French airline and its insurers are suing the Greater Toronto
Airports Authority, which runs Pearson, the federal government and
the country's air-traffic control agency for about $180 million,
charging they all cut corners that contributed to the crash of its
Airbus A340 jet.

Air France is still landing A340s on Runway 24L at Pearson. Doesn't that undermine its entire case?

What do you think?

Advertisment