Airbus A320 crashes on runway, killing all 96 passengers and crew at UK airport
The Airbus A330-200 is seen during a tour of the runway at Heathrow Airport, London, Britain, April 8, 2020.
REUTERS/Neil Hall/File Photo REUTERS/Andrew Winning (L) Airbus A340 aircraft is seen in the terminal at Heath, London after a major incident at an international airport in the UK, May 4, 2020.(Reuters/Phil Noble)FILE PHOTO: A crew member of the Airbus A319-100, a twin-engined jet airliner, looks out of the window while on a flight from Paris to New York, April 28, 2021.
REUTERS: Alex Livesey/File photo (L-R) The Airbus Group Chairman, Gerard Eull, CEO of Airbus and Airbus Vice President for European operations, Thomas Schlegel attend a press conference after the Airbus Group delivered the first A320-200, the most technologically advanced twin-engine jetliner ever built, to the UK government at Heath International Airport, central London, May 9, 2021.(Reuters: Steve Parsons)FILE Photo: An employee of a British Airways flight waits to board the Airbus aircraft in a hangar at Heath Heathrow, central England, May 10, 2021 after the first flight of the A320 to the United Kingdom took off, in the United States of America, May 11, 2021 REUTERS/James Gillies/File Picture