2000: Concorde crash kills 113
Concorde crashes minutes after take-off from Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris killing 113 people.
Concorde has crashed just minutes after take-off, killing all 109 people on board and four people on the ground.
The Air France jet, bound for New York, crashed into a Relais Bleu hotel in the town of Gonesse, 10 miles north of Paris just before 1700 local time (1500 GMT).
It is understood the aircraft, which had taken off from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport just two minutes earlier, plummeted to the ground after one of the left-hand engines caught fire on take-off.
There were 100 passengers on board, most were German tourists but also included two Danes, an Austrian and an American, all travelling to JFK airport in New York where they were due to join a cruise ship bound for Equador.