What happened to Germanwings Flight 4U 9525?
French accident investigators released their final report into Germanwings Flight 4U 9525, which crashed in the Alps in March 2015, about a year later.
What happened to the co-pilot of Germanwings?
“Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz declared ‘unfit to work,’ officials say”. CNN. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
Who was the captain of Germanwings Flight 9525?
Retrieved 25 March 2015. ^ Shoichet, Catherine E. (31 March 2015). “Who was Patrick Sondenheimer, the captain of Germanwings Flight 9525?”. CNN. Retrieved 31 March 2015. ^ a b c d e f Sawer, Patrick (29 March 2015). “Andreas Lubitz: Everything we know about Germanwings plane crash co-pilot”. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
What has Lufthansa said about the Germanwings crash?
Lufthansa chief executive officer Carsten Spohr visited the crash location the day following the crash; he said it was “the darkest day for Lufthansa in its 60-year history”. Several Germanwings flights were cancelled on 24 and 25 March due to the pilots’ grief at the loss of their colleagues.
What happened to Lubitz during the plane crash?
In the 10 minutes it took for the plane to plummet through the sky, Lubitz did not say a word and his breathing remained normal – despite repeated attempts by crew members and air traffic control to get him to respond. The Airbus descended at a rate of about 3-4,000ft per minute.
What happened to the Germanwings Flight from Barcelona?
Then a friend took him aside and told him that the Germanwings flight from Barcelona had crashed, and that everyone, including his sister, Lea, 15 classmates, and two teachers, had been killed.
What happened to the Haltern am See families?
Last summer, the Haltern am See families were flown to Marseille and then bused to Le Vernet, the village closest to the crash site, where they attended the mass burial of several tons of human remains that couldn’t be identified through DNA testing.
What was the name of the GermanWings plane that crashed?
^ “Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot deliberately crashed plane, officials say”. CNN. Retrieved 12 April 2015. ^ “Germanwings plane black box found as investigators reach crash site”. The Guardian. 24 March 2015.
What went wrong with the Germanwings cockpit door?
There were indications from Germanwings employees that the keypad of the aircraft involved in the accident had a defect that made it impossible to successfully enter the emergency code, and thus the cockpit door could not be opened despite any attempt to enter the code (5).