Air France

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How To Never Lose Your Luggage Again

While fewer bags are being lost by the airlines these days, people are still stealing them! Which is why Air France and KLM have spent the last year developing two gadgets that help prevent luggage from being lifted.

04/09/2014

REMUS 6000 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. (WBZ-TV)

Woods Hole Researchers Ready To Help Find Missing Malaysian Jet

Researchers from Woods Hole helped find the wreckage of an Air France jet two years after it crashed.

03/27/2014

An Air France plane headed to Paris clipped a Comair plane arriving from Boston Monday night at JFK Airport.

Jumbo Jet Clips Boston Plane At JFK Airport

A wing of the world’s biggest commercial passenger jet clipped the tail of a plane from Boston at John F. Kennedy Airport Monday night.

04/12/2011

An Air France plane headed to Paris clipped a Comair plane arriving from Boston Monday night at JFK Airport.

Boston Plane Gets Clipped At JFK

The world’s biggest commercial passenger jet has clipped the tail of another plane while taxiing out to depart New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

04/11/2011

Closeup of some of the first wreckage pieces and objects of the Air France A330 aircraft, flight AF447 lost in midflight over the Atlantic ocean June 1st and recovered from the sea, at the airbase hangar, in Recife, northeastern Brazil, on June 12, 2009. The Whether or not the black boxes from Air France flight 447 are found, the crash has shown that new technology is needed to record a flight's last moments in real-time, an aviation expert argues. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

Mass. Team Finds Pieces Of Crashed Air France Plane In Atlantic

An underwater search team led by a Massachusetts firm has located pieces of an Air France plane that crashed in the Atlantic in 2009, French investigators said Sunday, offering a surprising new glimmer of hope in the protracted hunt for clues to what happened.

04/04/2011

Closeup of some of the first wreckage pieces and objects of the Air France A330 aircraft, flight AF447 lost in midflight over the Atlantic ocean June 1st and recovered from the sea, at the airbase hangar, in Recife, northeastern Brazil, on June 12, 2009. The Whether or not the black boxes from Air France flight 447 are found, the crash has shown that new technology is needed to record a flight's last moments in real-time, an aviation expert argues. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

Cape Cod Team Again Searching For Downed Plane Off Brazil

Ocean researchers on Cape Cod are again teaming with the French in a fourth search for an airliner downed in the sea during a 2009 storm.

03/27/2011

Air France

Looking At The Law: Air France

WBZ’s Neil Chayet talks about a case against Air France after a tragic airline accident.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–02/01/2011

Sen. Kennedy and George McGovern

‘Curious’ Why Black Boxes Don’t Have Floatation

The difficult search for the Air France plane’s black box raised a question on WBZ’s curiosity page. Nancy from Andover asked: “Why do airplanes’…

WBZ-TV–10/01/2010

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