Paris airport terminal collapse

Paris airport terminal collapse

Airport roof was cracked before collapse

THE concrete shell of a terminal at France’s main international airport was cracked before it collapsed last year killing four people, an official report into the disaster said yesterday.

Charles de Gaulle inquiry finds construction flaws

AN INQUIRY into the partial collapse last year of a Paris airport terminal found serious errors in the building’s construction, French media reported yesterday.

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Airport repairs

A PARIS airport terminal which partially collapsed in May killing four people reopened some sections to passengers yesterday.

Charles de Gaulle airport roof collapse 'structural'

STRUCTURAL weaknesses were the main cause for the collapse of a section of the roof of a terminal building at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport in May, which killed four people, the French transport ministry said yesterday.

Airport cracks

CRACKS appeared in a dozen supporting pillars during the construction of terminal 2E at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, part of which collapsed on Sunday, killing four people, the airport’s operations director, Hubert Fontanel, said yesterday.

Disaster terminal evacuated after new roof scare

RESCUE workers were evacuated yesterday after cracking sounds were heard in the glass roof of Terminal 2E at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle-Roissy airport, a day after a section of the new building at France’s largest airport collapsed, killing four people.

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