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German prosecutors believe that Andreas Lubitz hid an illness from his airline.
28/03/2015 - France/Germany

Personality of crash co-pilot not the only serious lead, says French investigator

Police chief Jean-Pierre Michel said on Saturday that the personality of Andreas Lubitz, who is suspected of deliberately crashing the Germanwings passenger jet into the Alps, is a “serious ...
Police at the Lubitz family home in west Germany
27/03/2015 - FRANCE

Germanwings A320 crash pilot hid sick-leave notes for crash day

Andreas Lubitz, the copilot thought to have deliberately caused Tuesday's deadly crash, had a sick-leave note for the day, German prosecutors say.

27/03/2015

French press review 27 March 2015

Today's French press is awash with reactions to the shocking revelations by investigators that copilot Andreas Lunitz deliberately crashed the Germanwings Airbus in the French Alps on Tuesday after ...
Germanwings Airbus A320 copilot Andreas Lubitz from his Facebook page
27/03/2015 - FRANCE

German police take evidence from A320 crash copilot's home

German police seized on Friday a number of items at the homes of Andreas Lubitz the copilot who appears to have deiberately crashed the Germanwings A320 flight in the French Alps on Tuesday.

Grieving families of the victims
26/03/2015 - France, Germany, Spain

Germanwings A320 crashed deliberately, investigators

The Germanwings A320 was deliberately crashed said the French chief of the investigation though he added that "at this moment there is no indication this crash is an act of ...
French gendarmerie helicopter flies over crash site
26/03/2015 - France

Germanwings A320 crash: pilot locked out of cockpit

The pilot on the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps was locked out of the cockpit before the plane went down, killing 150 people, a source close to the investigation said on ...
26/03/2015

French press review 26 March 2015

The Germanwings plane crash, the French army and French radio are in the newspapers today ...

A rescue helicopter from the French gendarmerie flies over the snow covered French Alps near the crash site of Airbus A320 on 25 March 2015
25/03/2015 - FRANCE

Hollande, Merkel, Rajoy visit Germanwings A320 crash site

Nationals of at least 15 countries were on board the Germanwings A320 flight that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday.
25/03/2015

French press review 25 March 2015

Today's French papers cover yesterday's air tragedy in the French Alps.
A GermanWings Airbus A320
24/03/2015 - France - Spain

Spain's Felipe cuts short French visit after fatal plane crash

King Felipe VI of Spain announced on Monday that he is cutting short his state visit to France because of the plane crash in which many Spaniards are thought to have died.

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