Goussainville – Village Fantôme

Goussainville was the site of the crash of the supersonic Tupolev Tu-144 during the 1973 Paris Air Show which led to the deaths of all six people on board and eight more on the ground which took out some of the town houses and the school (luckily closed at that time), 2 years later saw the arrival of the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport which also saw noise levels rise making the hamlet even less desirable, there are however a few diehard people still living in the town.

it is located less than 6km from Gonesse, the site of the crash of the supersonic Concorde operating as Air France Flight 4590 on 25 July 2000. For fear of another accident many occupants of the town simply moved away,