Air France and British Airways discontinued the jointly operated Concorde program in 2003. Criminal charges are rare in the case of aircraft accidents, with one other notable exception being the September 2006 collision between an Embraer Legacy business jet and a Brazilian airliner. The Boeing 737 crashed killing all on board, while the Legacy made a safe emergency landing. Brazil filed criminal charges against the American pilots. In the Concorde case, the original manslaughter conviction of the airline and one of its mechanics came in 2010 and included a court order to pay $2.7 million in damages.