The US airline Continental is to go on trial in France for the crash of an Air France Concorde jet nearly a decade ago.
Flight 4590 caught fire as it took off from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport in July 2000, killing 109 people on board. The supersonic jet also hit a hotel, claiming a further four lives.
The plane was moving too fast along the runway to stop after a wing and one engine caught fire, so the pilot was forced to take off.
It is alleged that a metal strip fell earlier from one of Continental's plans, causing the crash. Continental will deny the accusations.
Five individuals will also stand trial.