Air France Airbus 330 Crash - First Bodies Found

Riga, Latvia (PressExposure) June 09, 2009 -- Rescue teams found seventeen bodies from the crashed Air France aircraft. That is first indisputable proof that the airplane is crashed. The Brazilian navy and air force found nine bodies in the Atlantic Ocean. The crew of a French vessel taking part in the search has found eight. ''We found dead bodies, seats, wing fragment, and various other things,'' told the Air Force representative. Among the first of the highlighted issues were ocean blue airplane seat, and nylon backpack with a computer and a leather handbag with the Air France ticket inside. For a long time there were a lot of guesses and theories. Well - even now we can't say exactly - what caused Airbus A330 to crash.

However - we now know for sure, that there are no more hopes to wake up and see that it was just a bad dream. The Most common version about crash is that Air France airplane had problems with its speed measuring instruments, that often showed incorrect data. Also we know that 24 reports of errors on a series of systems, including the autopilot, were received from the airplane automatically before connection was lost. These error reports are now the only data available to investigators since rescue teams are still not able to ascertain the location of missing airplane in the Atlantic Ocean gully.

Investigators are not optimistic about the possibility of finding the aircraft. The search area has been partially unknown, where the canyon is shallow and has a muddy bottom. Data storage media can be at any depths - from 864 to 4000 meters. Remember - Airbus 330-200 was en route from Rio to Paris with 228 people, when it suddenly disappeared from radar screens. Now Airbus had advised airlines to update equipment that monitors speed, known as Pilot tubes.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 12, 2009 at 10:28 pm
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