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Inquests into plane crash deaths
Inquests will be held today into the deaths of two of the 228 passengers and crew who were killed when an Air France flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris crashed into the sea.
Arthur Coakley, 61, from Sandsend, near Whitby, North Yorkshire, and 48-year-old Neil Warrier, originally from London, were among the five Britons killed on board flight 447 in June 2009.
Since then the crash has been blamed on faulty flight equipment and pilots who did not deal with a malfunction.
Their inquests will take place at Northallerton County Hall, North Yorkshire, and will be conducted by coroner Michael Oakley.
Mr Warrier, who had been living in Cologne, Germany, was Mazda's European director for public relations.
Mr Coakley, a married father of three, was a structural design engineer and a partner in the Aberdeen oil firm PD&MS.