Air France crash blamed on human error and faulty equipment
Technical failure and human error led to the loss of an Air France flight over the Atlantic in June 2009 and the deaths of 228 people, according to the final report into the crash.
The report by France's aviation authority, the BEA, blames the Airbus A330's ergonomics as well as inappropriate action by the pilots.
The jet disappeared in a storm while en route to Paris from Rio de Janeiro.
It took nearly two years for the flight recorders to be found.
Christian Fraser reports.