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The Air France flight, carrying an aircraft debris found on Reunion and must be appraised to determine if there is a scrap of flight MH370 disappeared since March 2014 landed Saturday morning at Orly airport in Paris, according to Aéroports de Paris (ADP).

The AF671 flight landed at 6:17 from Saint-Denis, ADP says on its website.

Packed in a box, along debris two meters must now be conveyed by road, escorted by gendarmes in Balma, near Toulouse, where it will be appraised in from Wednesday.

Experts estimate that the fragment found Wednesday on a beach of the Meeting corresponds to a flaperon Boeing 777, a component bordering aircraft wings as pilots operate on takeoff or the landing.

The American aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced Friday that it would send a “technical” team to France to take part in the expertise, which must also involve Malaysians.

Pieces of a brown suitcase found Thursday near the aircraft debris, will be appraised in a laboratory of the Gendarmerie near Paris, according to the Paris prosecutor.

On Monday, a three French judges in charge of the investigation, a representative of the Malaysian judicial authorities, another of the Bureau of Investigation and Analysis (BEA), the French gendarmes and Malaysian experts will meet in Paris. The French justice is seized because four of the 239 victims of the Malaysia Airlines flight disappeared March 8, 2014 are French



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