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USA-F35/
RTR2YECE
February 25, 2012
General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps speaks in front of a U.S. Marine...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
General Joseph F. Dunford, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps speaks in front of a U.S. Marine...
General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter during the roll-out ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC5
February 25, 2012
Vice Wing Commander with the 33rd Fighter Wing Col. Art Tomassetti speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
Vice Wing Commander with the 33rd Fighter Wing Col. Art Tomassetti speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B...
Vice Wing Commander with the 33rd Fighter Wing Col. Art Tomassetti speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during the roll-out ceremony, as Florida Congressman Jeff Miller (R) looks on, at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC4
February 25, 2012
Florida Congressman Jeff Miller speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
Florida Congressman Jeff Miller speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during...
Florida Congressman Jeff Miller speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during the roll-out ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC3
February 25, 2012
Chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin, Robert Stevens speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Rollout Ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida
Chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin, Robert Stevens speaks in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during the roll-out ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC2
February 25, 2012
Florida Congressman Jeff Miller, General Joseph F. Dunford, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
Florida Congressman Miller, General Dunford, and Stevens, Chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin (L-R) stand...
Florida Congressman Jeff Miller, General Joseph F. Dunford, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps and Robert Stevens, Chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin (L-R) stand in front of a U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet during the roll-out ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC1
February 25, 2012
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air...
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA-F35/
RTR2YEC0
February 25, 2012
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air...
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air...
A U.S. Marine F-35B Joint Strike Fighter Jet sits in a hangar after the roll-out Ceremony at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida February 24, 2012. The B model of the new single-engine, supersonic fighter jet can take off from shorter runways and can hover and land like a helicopter, according to a military statement. REUTERS/Michael Spooneybarger (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY)
USA
RTR2XZ7N
February 17, 2012
Seattle SuperSonics fan Finn Broadhead awaits a news conference by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn along with...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Seattle SuperSonics fan Finn Broadhead awaits a news conference in Seattle
Seattle SuperSonics fan Finn Broadhead awaits a news conference by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn along with King County Executive Dow Constantine to announce a proposal to construct a new $500 million arena with the ability to host an NBA and NHL team in Seattle, Washington, February 16, 2012. REUTERS/ Robert Sorbo(UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS)
USA
RTR2XZ34
February 16, 2012
Former coach of the Seattle SuperSonics Lenny Wilkins awaits a news conference by Seattle Mayor Mike...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Former coach of the Seattle SuperSonics Lenny Wilkins awaits a news conference in Seattle
Former coach of the Seattle SuperSonics Lenny Wilkins awaits a news conference by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and King County Executive Dow Constantine to announce a proposal to construct a new $500 million arena with the ability to host an NBA and NHL team in Seattle, Washington, February 16, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL ICE HOCKEY BUSINESS)
NBA
RTR2XX9R
February 16, 2012
Kris Brannon of Tacoma, Washington, a fan of former NBA franchise the Seattle Supersonics, holds up ...
Tacoma, UNITED STATES
Kris Brannon, a fan of former NBA franchise the Seattle Supersonics, holds up a 'Save our Sonics' memorabilia...
Kris Brannon of Tacoma, Washington, a fan of former NBA franchise the Seattle Supersonics, holds up a 'Save our Sonics' memorabilia sign during a campaign rally for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum in Tacoma in this photo taken February 13, 2012. City of Seattle officials said February 15 that an announcement will be made on February 16 about a possible basketball arena deal that may bring back an NBA team to Seattle. Picture taken February 13, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL BUSINESS)
NBA
RTR2XI1S
February 08, 2012
Seattle SuperSonics owner and Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz cheers on his team in their victory...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Seattle SuperSonics owner and Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz cheers on his team in their victory...
Seattle SuperSonics owner and Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz cheers on his team in their victory over the San Antonio Spurs during NBA Western Conference Semifinals Game 4 in Seattle, Washington on May 15, 2005. The Supersonics beat the Spurs 101-89 to tie the best of seven series 2-2. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG92
December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, former flight engineer Retif and Beslon,...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8Y
December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8X
December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, (R) attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, (R) attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8U
December 08, 2010
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial...
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, attends the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8T
December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde,, former flight engineer Retif and Beslon,...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8S
December 08, 2010
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif...
Pontoise, France
French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, former flight engineer Retif and...
(L to R) French Major Andre Turcat, French first test pilot of the Concorde, flight engineer Michel Retif and Jean Beslon, SNECMA flight engineer, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGRQ
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGRJ
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer for U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGCQ
December 06, 2010
Fernand Garnault (C), Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at...
Pontoise, France
Fernand Garnault, Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the...
Fernand Garnault (C), Air France's lawyer, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGCN
December 06, 2010
Rolland Rapaport (C), lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Rolland Rapaport, lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde...
Rolland Rapaport (C), lawyer of the Concorde's captain family, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGC6
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGC5
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGC2
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGBW
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in...
Olivier Metzner (C), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, speaks to the media after the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court found Continental Airlines and a mechanic at the airline guilty on Monday of involuntary manslaughter for their role in the 2000 Concorde crash that grounded the supersonic airliner for good. The court found three French aviation officials not guilty. Prosecutors had been seeking a fine for Continental, now United Continental Holdings following a merger, and suspended prison sentences for a mechanic and his boss. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGAH
December 06, 2010
Ed Green (R), Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren (L), senior vice president...
Pontoise, France
Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the...
Ed Green (R), Consultant on Concorde crash litigation and Anthony Bouscaren (L), senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters, arrive for the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGAF
December 06, 2010
(L to R) Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president...
Pontoise, France
Ed Green, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters and Gary...
(L to R) Ed Green, Consultant on Concorde crash litigation, Anthony Bouscaren, senior vice president of the United States Aviation Underwriters and Gary Wagner, President of the Scientific Aircraft Accident Analysis, attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGA9
December 06, 2010
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise...
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVGA8
December 06, 2010
Court president Dominique Andreassier (R) attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of...
Pontoise, France
Court president Dominique Andreassier attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise...
Court president Dominique Andreassier (R) attends the verdict in Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8V
December 06, 2010
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic...
Pontoise, France
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Herubel and his lawyer Malgrain attend the...
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic Malgrain (L) attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8Q
December 06, 2010
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic...
Pontoise, France
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Herubel and his lawyer Malgrain attend the...
Former engineer for Concorde's parent company Aerospatiale Jacques Herubel (C) and his lawyer Ludovic Malgrain (L) attend the verdict in the Concorde trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8N
December 06, 2010
Christiane Marty (C), widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse...
Pontoise, France
Christiane Marty, widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Christiane Marty (C), widow of Christian Marty who was the Concorde pilot, is seen at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8M
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8L
December 06, 2010
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of...
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8I
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/
RTXVG8F
December 06, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, December 6, 2010 on the verdict day. A French court will hand down its verdict in a 10-year-old case brought to decide what caused the crash of an Air France Concorde in 2000, which killed 113 people and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. The Concorde, carrying mostly German tourists, caught fire during takeoff from Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on July 25, 2000, and crashed into a nearby hotel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 04, 2010
Olivier Metzner , French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris...
Olivier Metzner , French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010 on the first day of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Henri Perrier (2nd R), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is...
Pontoise, France
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on...
Henri Perrier (2nd R), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Tassidit Ikhlef (R) and Hafite Rachid (L), relatives of Kenza Rachid, who was staff member at the Hotellisimo...
Pontoise, France
Ikhlef and Rachid, relatives of Kenza Rachid, attend the second day of the Concorde crash trial in Pontoise...
Tassidit Ikhlef (R) and Hafite Rachid (L), relatives of Kenza Rachid, who was staff member at the Hotellisimo and died when the Concorde crashed into the hotel, attend the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the...
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on...
Pontoise, France
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on...
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives for the second day of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives for the second day of...
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrives for the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the...
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of...
Pontoise, France
Kenneth Burtt, Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the...
Kenneth Burtt (L), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the second day of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on...
Pontoise, France
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on...
Henri Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, is seen on the second day of of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris...
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010 on the second day of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde...
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris...
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010 on the second day of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010 on the second day of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris...
Olivier Metzner (L), French lawyer of U.S. Continental Airlines, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010 on the second day of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 03, 2010
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde...
The metal strip, who was found on the airport runway, is displayed in the courtroom during the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 3, 2010. U.S. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people July 25, 2000 and hastened the end of luxury supersonic travel. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US airline Continental, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Pontoise, France
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US airline Continental, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near...
Olivier Metzner, French lawyer of US airline Continental, arrives at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010 for the start of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Two lawyers arrive at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris,...
Pontoise, France
Two lawyers arrive at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise
Two lawyers arrive at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Kenneth Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde...
Kenneth Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Henri Perrier (R), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, and Kenneth...
Pontoise, France
Henri Perrier the head of testing of the Concorde programme and Kenneth Burtt , Continental Airlines...
Henri Perrier (R), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, and Kenneth Burtt (C), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, arrive at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010 for the start of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Kenneth Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde...
Pontoise, France
Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde...
Kenneth Burtt , Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, attends the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
FRANCE/
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February 02, 2010
Henri Perrier (C Rear), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, Kenneth...
Pontoise, France
Perrier, the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, Continental Airlines...
Henri Perrier (C Rear), the head of testing of the Concorde programme before becoming its director, Kenneth Burtt (R), Continental Airlines Vice President, Technical Services, and his lawyer arrive at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010 for the start of the Concorde crash trial. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport...
Paris, France
File photo of flames coming out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near...
Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport in this file photo from July 25, 2000. Continental Airlines and five men went on trial on Tuesday for their alleged role in the crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people in 2000 and brought an end to an era of luxury supersonic travel.
Picture taken July 25, 2000. REUTERS/Andras Kisgergely/Files (TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
General view of the courtroom at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise,...
Pontoise, France
General view of the courtroom at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise...
General view of the courtroom at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-CONCORDE/TRIAL
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February 02, 2010
Journalists enter the courtroom to shoot items and files at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at...
Pontoise, France
Journalists enter the courtroom to shoot items and files at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at...
Journalists enter the courtroom to shoot items and files at the opening of the Concorde crash trial at the courthouse of Pontoise, near Paris, February 2, 2010. U.S. carrier Continental Airlines and five individuals stand trial over the July 25, 2000 crash of an Air France Concorde that killed 113 people and ended the era of luxury supersonic travel for the super rich. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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