Germanwings Pilot Made Suspicious Altitude Selections On Earlier Flight

Credit: Tony Osborne/AW&ST

Germawings Flight 9525 First Officer Andreas Lubitz may have planned the crash longer in advance than previously thought and did not act impulsively, the preliminary report released by French air accident investigation authority BEA suggests. The document, published May 6, revealed that Lubitz made...

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