Andreas Lubitz appeared to have tried out a ‘controlled, minute-long descent’ on an earlier outbound flight from Duesseldorf to Barcelona
Investigators believe that Lubitz deliberately crashed the Germanwings plane into a French mountainside
Information about Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz raised questions about who knew what, when, and whether he could have been stopped
Investigators said Thursday they had reviewed search terms from March 16-23
This was the first acknowledgement from German officials that the pilot, Andreas Lubitz, had suffered bouts of depression
A German tabloid reported that data from the cockpit recorder showed that the captain shouted: 'For God’s sake, open the door'
Lufthansa and Germanwings offered condolences to the friends and families of the passengers and crew
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