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This undated black and white photo provided Monday April 4, 2011 by France's air accident investigation agency, the BEA, shows an engine of the flight AF447. All 228 people aboard the plane were killed when Flight 447, en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, slammed into the ocean northeast of Brazil on June 1, 2009. Specialists could start pulling up bodies and wreckage from an Air France plane found on the Atlantic Ocean floor within a month, after the stunning deep-water discovery raised new hope of determining the cause of the 2009 crash. (AP Photo/BEA) NO SALES

This undated black and white photo provided Monday April 4, 2011 by France's air accident investigation agency, the BEA, shows an engine of the flight AF447. All 228 people aboard the plane were killed when Flight 447, en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, slammed into the ocean northeast of Brazil on June 1, 2009. Specialists could start pulling up bodies and wreckage from an Air France plane found on the Atlantic Ocean floor within a month, after the stunning deep-water discovery raised new hope of determining the cause of the 2009 crash.

Pilots, technical fault led to Air France crash

The final French aviation authority report into Air France flight 447 from Rio, which crashed over the Atlantic in June 2009 causing 228 deaths was released Thursday July 5. The report highlights faults with the Airbus 330's air-speed sensors which confused the pilots.