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Air France's managing director said Thursday he was "not convinced" that faulty speed monitors caused an Airbus jet to crash into the Atlantic, but said the airline would replace them anyway.
Asked by reporters why Air France had not been more forthcoming about concerns over Airbus A330's pitot probes, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon retorted: "Because I'm not convinced the probes were the cause of the accident."