Six people being questioned after suspicious device found on aircraft
Two suspects held by Kenyan authorities
Plane diverted after device found in bathroom.
Plane circled around the English Channel dumping fuel before returning to Paris
Around 100 workers, mostly from the ground and mechanical staff, stormed a management and union meeting
Ground staff will strike for two hours on Monday in protest but their anger is directed as much at pilots as at management
Security services received intelligence of plans to blow up a flight between Caracas and Paris
Three Britons are among nine people who have been arrested after 1.3 tons of cocaine were found stashed inside suitcases bound from Venezuela to France.
Each week we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. Today: Brazil for Rio Carnival. Prices are per person, based on two sharing, and include 10 nights' B&B, flights from Heathrow to Rio in February 2013, transfers and a one-day Sambadrome ticket.
Inadequate pilot training by Air France and mistakes by a young co-pilot contributed to a mid-Atlantic Airbus disaster in June 2009, an official report indicated yesterday.
Pilot error is emerging as the most likely cause of the crash of the Air France Rio-Paris airbus which plunged into the South Atlantic in June 2009, killing all 228 people on board.
The cockpit voice recorder from an Air France airliner that crashed into the Atlantic two years ago was found yesterday. The jet's flight data recorder was recovered on Sunday.
A decade after the supersonic jet's horrifying demise, a French court will try to establish who was at fault
Concorde crashes in Paris, Tuesday 25 July 2000
The body of the pilot of an Air France plane that crashed into the Atlantic on 1 June has been identified among dozens that have been recovered from the ocean, the airline said today.
Autopsies on the bodies recovered after the Airbus disaster in the south Atlantic suggest there was no explosion or fire and therefore no terrorist attack.