Absolutely No Tracks In The Air France Tragedy

June 5, 2009 - Contrarily to what has been officially announced two days ago, the wreckages found by the Brazilian Air Force do not belong to the lost Airbus and the search efforts have to restart from scratch, without any clue about the crash location.

The 12-mile long fuel slick spotted from the air by Brazilian pilots turned to be oil spilled from a ship. And the piece of white debris that were thought to belong to the missing plane appeared to be pieces of wood, probably fallen from a ship.

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Air France Crash Update: Metal Debris Belong To Missing Flight

A spokesman for the French Army's General Staff confirmed that the metal pieces and aircraft seats found yesterday by the Brazil Air Force belong to the Air France plane that disappeared on Monday.

Brazil Air Force found yesterday floating pieces of fuselage, stains of kerosene, a lifejacket and aircraft seats some 400 miles from the island of Fernando de Noronha.

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An Air France Plane Coming From Rio De Janeiro Disappears

An Airbus A 330 with 228 people aboard that had departed from Brazil, has disappeared from the radar track on its way to France, A spokesman for the Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, were the plane should have landed, said "there was no hope" for the 216 passengers and 12 crew members of flight AF 447.

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