Paul-Henri Gourgeon, chief executive of Air France has revealed that apart from the cash compensation, the company is also providing counseling for the grieving families. Air France has been in touch with about 1,800 relatives of the people who lost their lives in the crash, he added.
"Of course, this is not always easy, (but) we make up for it," he said.
The company has appointed psychologists in each country and each stop. The flight was carrying passengers of about 32 nationalities. Gourgeon said that managing this kind of a loss was of great complexity. Adding that they were confident on handling his, he said, "It's just a question of means and no limits on the means that we put in place."