The families of victims of a Germanwings jet crash in the French Alps which killed all 150 on board will take legal action against carrier Lufthansa, German newspaper Bild am Sonntag says.
France’s public prosecutor says the co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings plane deliberately downed the aircraft, but was not wanted as a terrorist.
While Facebook page the co-pilot from the Airbus A320 crash has been taken off the Internet, the flight club he was a member of shows black ribbon as tribute to Lubitz.
More questions surrounding Tuesday’s Germanwings plane crash that killed 150 people have arisen after audio collected from the cockpit voice recorder revealed that one of the pilots was locked outside of the cockpit before the crash.
Representatives for Duesseldorf airport and Lufthansa tell journalists the Airbus crash marks a “black day” for German aviation.