French prosecutors are seeking a two-year suspended jail sentence for the ex-head of the Concorde programme Henri Perrier over the July 2000 crash outside Paris.
The prosecution is also seeking a fine of 175,000 euros (£150,00; $220,000) against Continental Airlines in the US.
The Air France Concorde crashed soon after take-off, after hitting a metal strip from a Continental jet that had taken off earlier.
The crash killed 113 people.
Continental Airlines and five individuals are on trial for manslaughter in France.
Mr Perrier, 80, is a former head of the Concorde division at Aerospatiale, now part of the aerospace company EADS.
He was accused at the trial of ignoring warning signs from a string of incidents on Concorde planes before the accident.
He has denied the charges.