"DATELINE" TO AIR REPORT ON THE CRASH OF THE CONCORDE - SUNDAY, FEB. 22
"DATELINE" TO AIR "BLACK BOX MYSTERY: THE CRASH OF THE CONCORDE" ON SUNDAY, FEB. 22
Travel Contributor Peter Greenberg Reports on the Last Moments of the Fatal Flight, Investigating What Brought the Plane Down
(New York) � February 18, 2009 � It's been nearly nine years since the Concorde crashed, killing 113 people and ending a supersonic era of travel. Yet just last year the devastating accident made news again when French authorities accused a U.S. airline of playing a key role and charged it with manslaughter. As controversy continues to surround the crash of the Concorde, "Dateline" re-examines the last moments on the fatal flight, providing viewers with an in-depth look into what brought the plane down that they have never seen before. The broadcast, airing on Sunday, February 22 (7:00 PM/ET) and reported by Peter Greenberg, includes first hand accounts by lead investigators and explores the different theories about what really happened to flight 4590 on July 25, 2000.
David Corvo is the executive producer of "Dateline."