Greek media turn heat on civil aviation authority over Helios crash (

ATHENS - Nearly a week after the Helios Airways crash that killed 121 people in the worst air tragedy to occur on Grek soil, Greek media are turning the heat on the country's Civil Aviation Authority over its alleged negligence in establishing that the Cypriot plane was in trouble.


Posted August 20, 2005

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