"This will be done with the agreement of the (French) Justice
Minister (Pascal Clement)," a French legal source told the Daily
Telegraph of Sydney.
More than 20 French officials -- doctors and investigators --
arrived in Venezuela on Wednesday to participate in the effort to
identify both bodies and a cause for the mishap.
In the meantime, West Caribbean's aircraft maintenance is coming
under increased scrutiny. The airline has seven aircraft remaining
in its fleet -- but six were already grounded for maintenance or
safety reasons. The remaining aircraft, a Czech-built LET 410, was
grounded voluntarily by the airline on Wednesday.