According to France's air inquiry bureau, some pilots were not as strict about following safety procedures.
Due to an altercation in the cockpit during a flight from Geneva to Paris in June, Air France has suspended two of its pilots.
An airline official stated on Sunday that despite the altercation, the flight continued and landed safely, and the incident had no impact on the rest of the journey.
The pilot and co-pilot allegedly got into an argument shortly after takeoff and grabbed each other by the collars after one of them allegedly hit the other.
A member of the cabin staff then stepped in and spent the remainder of the flight in the cockpit with the pilots, according to the report.
After France's aviation investigation agency, BEA, published a report on Wednesday alleging that some Air France pilots lack rigour in regards to adhering to safety rules.
The investigation centred on a fuel leak that occurred on an Air France aircraft from Brazzaville, in the Republic of the Congo, to Paris in December 2020.
The jet was redirected, but the pilots did not stop power to the engine or attempt to land right away as is required by practise.