The Air France-KLM plane that crashed last month has a few passengers on board.
The plane was en route from Amsterdam to Paris, the French capital, when it crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, killing all on board, including three passengers.
The airline is investigating the cause of the crash.
The crash is being investigated by the French and Belgian aviation authorities, the Dutch Safety Board, and the Belgian Air Transport Authority, among others.
According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the jet was in the process of takeoff and landing when it came into trouble.
The plane, which is not known to have been carrying passengers, was carrying about 200 people.
All the people aboard were killed, including a woman and her son.
The NTSB said in a statement that it was looking into the cause and expected to issue its findings in “the coming weeks.”
The plane’s crew was working for a subsidiary of the Belgian air carrier, Etihad Airways, when the crash occurred.
Etihad is based in Dubai.
The company’s parent company, Qatar Airways, owns a large share of Etihad’s shares.
The NTSB also said that the Etihad crew members may have been working for other airlines, such as Etihad and Emirates, which are both owned by the United Arab Emirates government.
Air France-KKM is a subsidiary owned by Etihad.
According, the airline is operating with the approval of both French and Belgium regulators, and there are no indications that the crash was an accident.
The flight was carrying approximately 500 passengers.
It was enroute from Amsterdam and was scheduled to arrive in Paris at 9:00 p.m. local time.
The French government said it will conduct a thorough investigation into the crash, which took place at an altitude of about 1,500 meters.