BEA Finds Suspicious Data Inputs By Germanwings First Officer

A preliminary report released May 6 by French air accident investigation authority BEA suggests that the March 24 crash of Germanwings flight 9525 appears to have been planned rather than a spontaneous act by First Officer Andreas Lubitz. The document reveals that Lubitz made suspicious altitude...

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