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Aircraft Accidents--Paris, France, 1962

On June 3, 1962 an Air France Boeing 707 crashed on takeoff from Orly Field near Paris. It was a charter flight carrying many of Atlanta’s civic and cultural leaders returning from a museum tour of Europe sponsored by the Atlanta Art Association. Only two flight attendants sitting in the back of the plane survived. The Woodruff Arts Center is dedicated to the memory of those who died in the crash.

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