Concorde Crash News
July 25, 2000: 'Nightline'
July 25. 2000. It is the fastest passenger aircraft ever built. Crossing the Atlantic in just three and a half hour. It's only carrier that can go faster than sound and carry passengers. It is also the safest flying for three decades. Without a question. Until today. Air France flight 4590. Crashed
Airport Check-in: China adjusts routes for Olympics
In time for the Summer Olympics, flights from Europe now have more direct paths as they fly into some of China's biggest cities. European flights to Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong previously had to fly on routes that went over or near Beijing. New routes to those airports have been shifted
Runway Debris Will Not Go Unnoticed
High-Tech Cameras, Radars Tested to Detect Unlikely Scenario of Killer Debris
New Fertility Treatment For Cancer Survivors
After Surviving Cancer, ABC Producer Gives Birth to Second Baby in the World Conceived Using New Treatment
Concorde Cleared for Comeback
A little over a year after an Air France Concorde burst into flames and crashed near Paris, killing everyone on board, the luxury airliners have been cleared to resume service. French and British aviation authorities gave the green light today for Air France and British Airways, the two airlines
Will the Concorde's Comeback Take Off?
It occured on July 25 of last year, but the images still seem vivid: an Air France Concorde bursts into flames and crashes while taking off near Paris, killing everyone on board. So when the Concorde resumes commercial service this fall, more than a few people will be holding their breath. The
France Marks Concorde Crash Anniversary
One year ago, an ailing Air France Concorde, leaking fuel, plowed into a hotel in Gonnesse, France, killing 113 people including everyone aboard. In France today, ceremonies took place to honor the victims of the crash. A simple wreath-laying ceremony took place at the accident site in the
More Concorde Victims Reach Settlement
A German lawyer representing around a dozen relatives of people who died in last year's Air France Concorde crash said today they have reached a settlement for damages with the airline. The announcement by attorney Burkhard Koetke followed a settlement in May involving a larger group of relatives.