Friday, March 27, 2015

Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings co-pilot, described as ‘normal young man’ - video by Guardian Staff | "One friend Andreas Lubitz called Tobias Kru, aka Tobias Heisig, and this friend works the Bundeswehr. No doubt the German investigators will they be interested in this bond of friendship." - Who was the first officer who voluntarily A320 crashed?

M.N.: The following are just some curious references which might or might not contain the truth. It is not their purpose to imply anything. The lead to these references was published in the mainstream press: 

"Lubitz travelled to the Las Marenas Resort in Miami with a male friend in November 2011. A Facebook post from the time stated that he and his friend were enjoying sunbathing and swimming."

I simply copied the original article were the details: the name of his companion was given: "Who was the first officer who voluntarily crashed A320?" and included some corresponding Google Searches. It might or might not be some deliberate disinformation, this is for the investigation to determine. However this piece of information seems to be significant enough to pay the close attention to: it might (or might not) be some connection with the accident if this "male friend", referred to in this article as "Tobias Kru, alias Tobias Heisig" was indeed a "significant other" and had some hypothetical influence on Andreas Lubitz's mental state and behavior.

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Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings co-pilot, described as ‘normal young man’ - video 

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Neighbours and fellow flight enthusiasts express shock at news Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may have deliberately crashed a plane into the French Alps, killing 150 people. Joerg Kampflein, a member of the Westerwald flight club, which Lubitz attended, describes the 27-year-old as a 'normal young man'. Similarly, friends of the family say he grew up in a good home Continue reading...

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    Michael Withers     Andreas Lubitz, 28, co-pilot Germanwings A320 that crashed Tuesday, March 24, 2015, making 150 victims, voluntarily rushed the plane against the mountain, while he was alone in the cockpit of the aircraft after refusing to reopen the door to the captain, out to the toilet.  
    One friend Andreas Lubitz called Tobias Kru, aka Tobias Heisig, and this friend works the Bundeswehr. No doubt the German investigators will they be interested in this bond of friendship. Andreas Lubitz lived in Montabaur, Germany. Lubitz has committed either a suicide mass murder or a suicide. That's all we know for now.
    Moreover, the Berlin authorities declared illegal, Thursday, March 26, 2015, the Islamist group Tauhid, based in Germany and supports the Islamic State (EI).


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    Mystery Surrounds Possible Motive for Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz

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    MONTABAUR, Germany—The man suspected of flying himself and 149 people to their deaths on Tuesday was a quiet, 27-year old German who had a passion for gliders and competitive running, and an unexplained gap in his flight training, according to his employer and people who knew him.
    Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who authorities say appeared to fly Germanwings Flight 9525intentionally into the French Alps, didn’t fit the suicidal profile suggested by French authorities’ early investigation, these people said.
    “He wasn’t an extroverted guy,” said Peter Rücker, a 64-year-old retiree who handles maintenance at the LSC Westerwald flight club, where Mr. Lubitz enrolled as a teenager before beginning his commercial-pilot training. But “he was very responsible and fit in well (at the club),” he said.
    Earlier on Thursday, the French prosecutor in charge of the crash probe said voice-recorder evidence indicated that Mr. Lubitz locked himself inside the cockpit, preventing the more experienced pilot from re-entering after he had left. Then Mr. Lubitz appeared to take steps to intentionally crash the jet, initiating the plane’s fatal descent while ignoring the pilot’s pleas to let him back in, the prosecutor said.
    Carsten Spohr, chief executive of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, the budget carrier’s parent, said he had no indications as to why Mr. Lubitz would have intentionally crashed the jet.
    Mr. Lubitz had passed all flight training and psychological screening and had no record of problems, Mr. Spohr told a news conference Thursday. He began training at Lufthansa’s pilot school in Bremen, Germany, in 2008 but interrupted it for some months a year later, Mr. Spohr said without providing details. Lufthansa officials said that they didn’t have information on why Mr. Lubitz took a break in training but that he was tested again for flight fitness after returning.
    After completing his training, Mr. Lubitz joined Germanwings in 2013 and had booked 630 flight hours by the time of Tuesday’s planned flight from Barcelona to Düsseldorf, according to Lufthansa. Mr. Spohr said Mr. Lubitz had been qualified as fit to fly and had cleared all screening checks.
    In Düsseldorf, investigators searched Mr. Lubitz’s apartment, looking for documents and other items that could shed light on the state of the co-pilot’s mind, such as a suicide note or signs of relationship trouble, the prosecutor in charge of the investigation said. They also searched his parents’ home in Montabaur.

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    “All investigative measures are now under way,” Düsseldorf Chief Prosecutor Ralf Herrenbrück said. He declined to say whether investigators had found any evidence pointing to a possible motive.
    German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière said separately that German security forces had no indication that Mr. Lubitz had a terrorism background.
    Mr. Lubitz had joined the LSC Westerwald flying club in Montabaur, his hometown, when he was about 14 and started gliding as a teen in the gentle hills around Montabaur, club members said. Situated just outside Montabaur, the flight club is a modest but well-kept building that includes a hanger and a club room with plain wooden chairs, a bar and long tables.
    “He was a quiet person…not someone who tried to be the center of attention,” the club’s Mr. Rücker said. “He was relatively happy that he got the job at Germanwings.”
    “I have many friends who are pilots and, in my view, they are a special category of people. They think twice before speaking, and when they do talk, what they say is very precise and considered,” he said. “And he seemed to be one of those.” Mr. Rücker said he last saw Mr. Lubitz, whom he described as an athletic-looking young man, last fall at a club barbecue that the co-pilot attended with his girlfriend. “He was a completely normal guy,” Mr. Rücker said.
    Jörg Kämpflein—a flight club board member who has been with the club since 1993—said he was “surprised, astonished” by the allegations surrounding Mr. Lubitz. These, he said, “in no way” fitted his personality. Klaus Radke, president of the club, said Mr. Lubitz had renewed his pilot’s license to fly alone when he last visited.
    Mr. Lubitz appeared to be an avid athlete. In 2007, he placed 72nd out of 780 participants in a 10-kilometer New Year’s week run in Montabaur, according to results posted by the organizers on its website that year. He also ran the Lufthansa Frankfurt half-marathon in 2013, 2012 and 2011, clocking times varying from just under 1 hour 49 to 1 hour 37 minutes, according to results published online.
    A neighbor in his mid-50s, who declined to give his name, said he had known Mr. Lubitz and his sibling, a younger brother, since they were children and said he couldn’t imagine that he could have flown the plane aground intentionally. “This does not fit in with the picture I have of him,” he said.
    In an undated photograph posted to a Facebook profile that went offline and back online this week, Mr. Lubitz is smiling as he poses in front of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
    Sibila Zaccaron, a 25-year-old waitress at the Eis Café Galleria in the center of town, said that Mr. Lubitz, a regular customer, last visited the cafe with his mother last month and had ordered a cappuccino. “He was very polite and friendly, always smiling,” she said.

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    Montabaur’s local council issued a statement on Thursday expressing sympathy with the family, but didn’t name Mr. Lubitz. Relatives or representatives for the family of Mr. Lubitz couldn’t be reached on Thursday.
    —Natalia Drozdiakcontributed to this article.
    Write to Monica Houston-Waesch at nikki.houston@wsj.com and Natascha Divac atnatascha.divac@wsj.com
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    Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Appears to Have Deliberately Crashed Plane

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    PARIS—Andreas Lubitz was alone in the cockpit, breathing in silence, as his captain pounded on a locked door. Those chilling sounds—captured in a black-box recording—have left French investigators with little doubt that the crash that killed 150 people aboard Flight 9525 was a deliberate act.
    The co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 appears to have deliberately crashed the plane, leaving 150 people dead. What happened in the flight’s last ten minutes? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
    Lead prosecutor Brice Robin said on Thursday he suspected Mr. Lubitz, the 27-year-old Germanwings co-pilot, locked the captain out of the cockpit, programmed the A320’s descent and slammed it into an alpine ridge at 400 miles an hour with a “willingness to destroy this aircraft.”
    The black-box revelations jolted Europe and its vaunted aviation industry. The notion of a pilot intentionally crashing a commercial jet amounted to a nightmare scenario that Germanwings and its parent company Deutsche Lufthansa AG were straining to grasp.

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    “In our mind, what has happened was simply impossible,” said Lufthansa Chief Executive Carsten Spohr. The executive noted that Lufthansa, which boasts a world-class safety record, took pride in “being extremely picky in choosing its pilots.”
    The turn of events also knocked European investigators off balance. While it remained too early to establish on what grounds the probe would proceed, Mr. Robin said the crash could no longer be regarded as a case of involuntary manslaughter.
    French officials scrambled to explain the co-pilot’s role to victims’ next-of-kin as hundreds of themarrived in Southern France to pay tribute. Mr. Lubitz’s family was kept apart from other next-of-kin, who were rushed to a snap briefing with Mr. Robin.
    “The families were in a state of shock,” the prosecutor said.
    Police escorted Mr. Lubitz’s family to Seyne, the alpine town closest to the inaccessible crash site, saying it was too soon to question them for clues as to what might have driven the co-pilot to destroy the plane.
    “They’re here to mourn. It’s not the right moment,” one investigator said.
    In Germany, authorities searched the home of Mr. Lubitz’s parents in the Western German town of Montabaur as investigators delved into the co-pilot’s background. Both Mr. Robin and German officials said there was no evidence Mr. Lubitz acted as part of a terrorism plot.
    The co-pilot joined German wings in 2013 and since then logged 630 hours of flight time, according to Lufthansa. The German airline’s training of the pilot was temporarily interrupted for several months for reasons that remain unclear, Mr. Spohr said.
    Asked whether Mr. Lubitz had committed an act of suicide, Mr. Robin responded: “I don’t call it a suicide when you have 150 people behind you.”
    Mr. Robin drew upon the 30-minute recording, extracted from a black box recovered from the crash site Tuesday, to portray two sides of Mr. Lubitz—a man who exchanged pleasantries at the start of the flight before becoming walled off in silence.
    The pivotal moment, Mr. Robin said, occurred when the captain began to discuss his plan for landing in Düsseldorf with Mr. Lubitz. The younger pilot showed no interest in the crucial procedure, Mr. Robin said, responding tersely to his captain.
    “You would expect more of a dialogue to occur and not only short answers,” the prosecutor said.
    After reaching a cruising altitude, the captain is heard asking Mr. Lubitz to take over the controls, Mr. Robin said, adding the recording captured the sound of the captain’s chair sliding backward as he left the cockpit.
    Mr. Spohr described the handoff as a “classic situation” of a captain stepping out to go to the bathroom once a plane levels off. Unlike airlines operating in the U.S., Lufthansa and many other European carriers haven’t required a second person to be present in the cockpit at all times.
    Alone at the controls, Mr. Lubitz entered instructions into the plane’s flight system setting it on an unauthorized descent, the prosecutor said.
    Air-traffic control made multiple attempts to contact the cockpit in the next 10 minutes. The crew was instructed to send out a distress signal. In absence of any response, the controllers then asked other aircraft in the area to radio the plane. In the face of all demands, Flight 9525 remained silent.
    With the plane markedly in descent, the captain can be heard knocking on the cockpit door, a sound that swelled into frantic banging as the plane neared alpine peaks, setting off audible alarms.
    “The most plausible interpretation for us is that the co-pilot deliberately refused to open the cockpit door to the captain,” Mr. Robin said.
    Amid the cacophony Mr. Lubitz remained silent, the prosecutor said. The only sound coming from the co-pilot, Mr. Robin said, was his breathing. The prosecutor marveled at how it didn’t waver as the A320 entered the final stages of its collision course.
    Barcelona’s El Prat airport was a scene of grief Tuesday as family members of the flight’s passengers arrived there.
    Barcelona’s El Prat airport was a scene of grief Tuesday as family members of the flight’s passengers arrived there. Associated Press 
    Relatives of the crash victims attend a tribute in honor of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France, on Thursday.
    Employees at a fish shop in Haltern am See observe a minute of silence for the victims of the airplane crash.
    A bus transporting the families of the Germanwings Airbus A320 victims is escorted by French motorcycle police to Seyne-les-Alpes on Thursday.
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, front in the light jacket, members of the German parliament and ministers observe a minute of silence ahead of a parliamentary session Thursday at the Reichstag building housing the Bundestag.
    A student who knew some of the German students involved in a crashed plane, reacts during a minute of silence in front of the council building in Llinars del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain on Wednesday.
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, French President François Hollande, center, and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday pay respect to victims in front of the mountain where a Germanwings jetliner crashed Tuesday, in Le Vernet, France.
    Students place candles at the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium high school in Haltern am See on Wednesday.
    A photo released by the French Interior Ministry shows search operations at the Germanwings crash site.
    Germanwings employees cry as they place flowers and light candles outside the company’s headquarters in Cologne, Germany.
    The voice data recorder of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed Tuesday in the French Alps, after French investigators cracked open the plane’s badly damaged black box on Wednesday.
    A helicopter of the French Gendarmerie takes off Wednesday from Seyne, France, for another search-and-rescue operation.
    Members of the emergency services meet at dawn to start trying to recover the bodies and the remains of the Airbus A320 that crashed the previous day at the rescue center in Seyne. Officials said the flight was carrying 144 passengers and six crew members, and that all are feared dead.
    A poster reading "Yesterday we were many, today we are alone" can be seen in front of a memorial of flowers and candles near the Joseph-König-Gymnasium secondary school in Haltern am See on Wednesday. Sixteen teenagers and two teachers from the school were assumed to be among the 150 dead in the crash.
    Candles burn amid pins from airlines Condor, Germanwings and Lufthansa, from left, outside the Germanwings headquarters at Cologne-Bonn airport.
    Wreckage and debris lie on the mountain slopes after the crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 over the French Alps. The plane took off from Barcelona at about 10 a.m. local time on Tuesday.
    A French civil security services helicopter flies near the hard-to-reach site in the French Alps.
    French police and mountain-rescue teams arrive near the site of Tuesday’s plane crash.
    Family members of the passengers of the crashed plane reacting at Barcelona's El Prat airport in Spain on Tuesday.
    Barcelona’s El Prat airport was a scene of grief Tuesday as family members of the flight’s passengers arrived there.
    Relatives of the crash victims attend a tribute in honor of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France, on Thursday.
    Relatives of the crash victims attend a tribute in honor of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France, on Thursday. Guillaume Horcajuelo/European Pressphoto Agency 
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    Relatives of the crash victims attend a tribute in honor of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France, on Thursday. Guillaume Horcajuelo/European Pressphoto Agency
    Employees at a fish shop in Haltern am See observe a minute of silence for the victims of the airplane crash. Zuma Press 
    A bus transporting the families of the Germanwings Airbus A320 victims is escorted by French motorcycle police to Seyne-les-Alpes on Thursday. Boris Horvat/Agence France-Presse-Getty Images 
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, front in the light jacket, members of the German parliament and ministers observe a minute of silence ahead of a parliamentary session Thursday at the Reichstag building housing the Bundestag. Lukas Schulze/Agence France-Presse-Getty Images 
    A student who knew some of the German students involved in a crashed plane, reacts during a minute of silence in front of the council building in Llinars del Valles, near Barcelona, Spain on Wednesday. Emilio Morenatti/Associated Press 
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, French President François Hollande, center, and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday pay respect to victims in front of the mountain where a Germanwings jetliner crashed Tuesday, in Le Vernet, France. Christophe Ena/Associated Press 
    Students place candles at the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium high school in Haltern am See on Wednesday. Ina Fassbender/Reuters 
    A photo released by the French Interior Ministry shows search operations at the Germanwings crash site. Reuters 
    Germanwings employees cry as they place flowers and light candles outside the company’s headquarters in Cologne, Germany. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters 
    The voice data recorder of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed Tuesday in the French Alps, after French investigators cracked open the plane’s badly damaged black box on Wednesday. Bureau d’Enquetes et d’Analyses/Associated Press 
    A helicopter of the French Gendarmerie takes off Wednesday from Seyne, France, for another search-and-rescue operation. Peter Kneffel/European Pressphoto Agency 
    Members of the emergency services meet at dawn to start trying to recover the bodies and the remains of the Airbus A320 that crashed the previous day at the rescue center in Seyne. Officials said the flight was carrying 144 passengers and six crew members, and that all are feared dead.Alberto Estevez/European Pressphoto Agency 
    A poster reading "Yesterday we were many, today we are alone" can be seen in front of a memorial of flowers and candles near the Joseph-König-Gymnasium secondary school in Haltern am See on Wednesday. Sixteen teenagers and two teachers from the school were assumed to be among the 150 dead in the crash. Sascha Scheurmann/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 
    Candles burn amid pins from airlines Condor, Germanwings and Lufthansa, from left, outside the Germanwings headquarters at Cologne-Bonn airport. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters 
    Wreckage and debris lie on the mountain slopes after the crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 over the French Alps. The plane took off from Barcelona at about 10 a.m. local time on Tuesday.European Pressphoto Agency 
    A French civil security services helicopter flies near the hard-to-reach site in the French Alps. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 
    French police and mountain-rescue teams arrive near the site of Tuesday’s plane crash. Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images 
    Family members of the passengers of the crashed plane reacting at Barcelona's El Prat airport in Spain on Tuesday. gustau nacarino/Reuters 
    Barcelona’s El Prat airport was a scene of grief Tuesday as family members of the flight’s passengers arrived there. Associated Press 
    “He didn’t say a single word,” Mr. Robin said, adding: “It’s not the breathing of someone who is having a heart attack.”
    By then, people in the passenger cabins began to realize the plane was in peril, the prosecutor said.
    “We hear their screams only at the very last moment,” he said.
    A German police officer stands in front of a house believed to belong to Andreas Lubitz in Montabaur.ENLARGE
    A German police officer stands in front of a house believed to belong to Andreas Lubitz in Montabaur. Photo: ralph orlowski/Reuters
    Corrections & Amplifications
    Flight 9525’s co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was 27 years old. An earlier version of this article incorrectly said he was 28, based on erroneous information initially provided by the LSC Westerwald flying club.
    Write to Stacy Meichtry at stacy.meichtry@wsj.com and David Gauthier-Villars at David.Gauthier-Villars@wsj.com
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    Montabaur, Germany (CNN) [Breaking news alert, posted at 5:17 p.m. ET Thursday]. Police searched Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's apartment in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Thursday, the city's police spokesman said in televised comments.
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    Third American Victim Identified in Germanwings Plane Crash

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    In Washington, U.S. State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke identified Robert Oliver as the third American citizen killed in the Germanwings plane crash.
    He provided no further details Thursday, but Oliver’s parents told Spain’s La Sexta television channel their son lived in Barcelona and worked for the Desigual clothing company based in Spain’s second-largest city.
    The elder Robert Oliver, who is retired, and his wife also live in Barcelona and decided against joining other relatives of victims who traveled to the crash zone.
    The other American victims were Yvonne Selke of Nokesville, Virginia, an employee for 23 years at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. in Washington, and her daughter, Emily Selke, a recent graduate of Drexel University in Philadelphia.

    Germanwings pilot Andreas Lubitz tore up sick note for day he crashed jet

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    • Pilot Andreas Lubitz might have been suffering a 'personal crisis' after failed relationship, it was claimed last night 
    • He had suffered from depression and 'burnout' and was once deemed 'unfliable' but was later passed as fit to fly
    • Head of Lufthansa admitted the 28-year-old had slipped through the 'safety net' - with devastating consequences
    • Friends said he was teased and called 'Tomato Andy' because he worked as a flight steward before qualifying
    • German detectives yesterday carried out a four-hour search of his Dusseldorf flat and searched his family home
    • Police said to have found evidence of mental illness, but no suicide note at flat he is said to share with girlfriend  
    Published: 18:21 EST, 26 March 2015 Updated: 07:55 EST, 27 March 2015
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    The co-pilot who crashed his plane into a mountain killing himself and 149 people hid a secret illness from his employers, German prosecutors have revealed.
    Andreas Lubitz locked the captain out of the of the Airbus A320's cockpit before setting the plane's controls to descend into a rocky valley, it emerged yesterday.
    Following a search of Lubitz's Dusseldorf apartment, investigators today revealed they had found old torn-up sick leave notes, current ones and one issued for the day of the disaster.
    Prosecutors said the finds indicate 28-year-old Lubitz may have had a medical condition which he kept secret from his employers, budget airline Germanwings. They said have found no suicide note or claim of responsibility and no evidence of a political or religious motivation.
    Prosecutor's spokesman Ralf Herrenbrueck said in a written statement that torn-up sick notes for the day of the crash 'support the current preliminary assessment that the deceased hid his illness from his employer and colleagues'.
    Such sick notes from doctors excusing employees from work are common in Germany and issued even for minor illnesses. Mr Herrenbrueck didn't say details of what illness Lubitz was suffering from.
    Mr Herrenbrueck said other medical documents found indicated 'an existing illness and appropriate medical treatment'. Germanwings, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, refused to comment on the new information.
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    Killer in the cockpit: Andreas Lubitz - pictured competing in a half-marathon in 2013 - was reportedly in the middle of a 'relationship crisis' when he crashed the Germanwings airliner into the Alps, killing himself and 149 others
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    Killer in the cockpit: Andreas Lubitz - pictured competing in a half-marathon in 2013 - was reportedly in the middle of a 'relationship crisis' when he crashed the Germanwings airliner into the Alps, killing himself and 149 others
    Slipped through the net: Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had suffered from depression and ‘burnout’ which had held up his career
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    As well as having been signed off from training with depression in 2008, it was reported this morning that Lubitz had continued to receive mental health support up until this week's crash.
    Lubitz was said to be in a 'relationship crisis' with his girlfriend in the weeks before the crash and was struggling to cope with a potential break-up, German newspaper Bild reported. 
    New information about Lubitz's life emerged just hours after police investigating the disaster began a four-hour search of his flat, which he is said to have shared with a girlfriend. 
    Yesterday, the boss of Germanwings admitted Lubitz had slipped through the ‘safety net’ and should never have been flying. It was also revealed that the fitness fanatic had suffered from depression and ‘burnout’ which had held up his career.
    He reportedly received a year and half of psychiatric treatment and was at one point recommended to be examined by a doctor before flying. 
    But, incredibly, he passed his psychological assessments and was later considered fit to fly.
    Germany’s Federal Aviation Office confirmed this morning that Lubitz had a medical condition noted in his pilot’s records which required him to have a regular examination. 

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    It was reported this morning that during his education at the Lufthansa Flight School in Phoenix, Arizona, he was listed temporarily as 'unfliable'.
    It was suggested today that Lubitz - who had worked for Lufthansa as a cabin attendant for nearly a year before being accepted for flight training - may have been teased by other pilot's over his previous role.
    A friend said: 'His nickname was "Tomato Andy" - a reference to his past employment as a flight steward'. 
    Another told Bild: 'He always had high ambitions but was considered to be second-league because he had been a flight attendant. He always wanted to fly long distance, above all to San Francisco. But he was always put off. Only later was he eventually allowed to fly European routes.'
    Police refused to comment on who else lived with him in the smart top floor flat on the outskirts of Dusseldorf. Neighbours said the Lubitz's girlfriend was believed to be with her family 'grieving'.
    But Habibalah Hassani, 53, who runs a pizza restaurant close to their flat said he had often seen them together.
    He told MailOnline:'They were a very nice, friendly young couple. She was a polite and attractive woman. They would come in once maybe twice a week. He used to tip well, he was very generous.
    'He had told me about his trip to San Francisco. I hadn't seen them for a couple of months before this happened.'
    Prosecutors yesterday revealed chilling recordings from the doomed aircraft showing that piano teacher’s son Lubitz locked his captain out of the cockpit so he could crash the plane into an alpine ravine.
    Potential breakthrough: Detectives carry boxes from Lubitz's apartment on the outskirts of Dusseldorf. It emerged that a 'significant discovery' had been made at the address, but police would not give further detail
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    Potential breakthrough: German detectives carry evidence boxes from the 28-year-old's apartment on the outskirts of Dusseldorf on Thursday
    Police also searched the home of Lubitz's parents in Montabaur. The co-pilot's parents were in Marseille when his involvement emerged
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    Police also searched the home of Lubitz's parents in Montabaur. The co-pilot's parents were in Marseille when his involvement emerged
    German detectives were also pictured carrying computer equipment from Lubitz's family home in the small town north of Frankfurt
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    German detectives were also pictured carrying computer equipment from Lubitz's family home in the small town north of Frankfurt

    In audio files extracted from the plane's cockpit voice recorder - discovered on Wednesday at the remote crash site - the captain was heard growing increasingly distressed as he tried to force his way back into the flight deck.
    Reports in Germany this morning suggest the locked-out pilot may have resorted to using an axe in a desperate bid to get through the armoured door as the plane hurtled towards the ground. Prosecutors said the screams of passengers aware of their fate could be heard in the final seconds
    In a blunt admission, Carsten Spohr, the head of Lufthansa which owns the budget airline, admitted Lubitz had slipped through the safety net with devastating consequences.
    ‘The pilot had passed all his tests, all his medical exams,’ he said. ‘He was 100 per cent fit to fly without any restrictions. 
    'We have at Lufthansa, a reporting system where crew can report – without being punished – their own problems, or they can report about the problems of others without any kind of punishment. 
    'All the safety nets we are all so proud of here have not worked in this case.’
    Yesterday, as repercussions of Tuesday’s tragedy sent shockwaves through the airline industry:
    • Airlines across Europe reviewed safety rules and insisted that no pilot should be left alone in the cockpit;
    • Police urgently probed the background of Lubitz amid rumours that his personal life was seriously troubled;
    • Detectives have carried out a four-hour search of his flat, but are not thought to have found a suicide note.
    Last night police raided Lubitz’s family home in a small town north of Frankfurt and an apartment in Dusseldorf, taking away a computer, laptop and other files. Lubitz is understood to have split his time between the two addresses.
    Following last night's search of his flat, a police spokesman said: ‘We have discovered a number of things at his apartment which we will now examine and carry tests on to see if they are significant.
    'We do not yet know of what significance they are,' said the spokesman, adding: 'No crucial piece of evidence has been found yet.' 
    Crash site: Recovery workers are still scouring the area where the plane crashed down and have recovered the bodies of some of those killed
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    Crash site: Recovery workers are still scouring the area where the plane crashed down and have recovered the bodies of some of those killed
    Grief: Relatives of the victims overcome with emotion after attending a tribute in honour of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France on Thursday
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    Grief: Relatives of the victims overcome with emotion after attending a tribute in honour of their loved ones in Le Vernet, France on Thursday
    Airline chiefs confirmed Lubitz, who won an award for ‘outstanding’ aviation skills and dubbed himself ‘Flying Andy’, took several months off work in 2008 and had to retrain to join Germanwings. 
    They are said to have been ‘stunned’ by the revelation that Lubitz waited for his captain to visit the toilet – and then locked him out
    The picture of Lubitz which is emerging from his home town and Dusseldorf is of a man who, since he was boy, was determined to become an airline pilot - but who was repeatedly held back by mental health problems. 

    COMPENSATION BATTLE WILL HINGE ON WHETHER COMPANY KNEW OF CO-PILOT'S DEPRESSION 

    Relatives of Germanwings killer Andreas Lubitz could receive multi-million pound compensation settlements if their lawyers can prove that Lufthansa knew about the co-pilot's mental health difficulties.
    Lufthansa, which owns Germanwings, has so far refused to comment on whether they had any concerns over Lubitz's mental health.
    Ordinarily, the families of air disasters are entitled to a maximum of around £100,000 under international agreements.
    But if a family decides to sue, this figure could rise dramatically depending on the degree of negligence by the airline and the level of awareness their loved ones would have had on their impending doom.
    As well as looking at Lubitz's mental health, lawyers for the families could question the airline's policy of not requiring at least two crew on the flight deck at all times once the aircraft is airborne.
    A friend told Passauer Neue Presse: 'He wanted to become a pilot but he is mentally unstable.' 
    At an extraordinary press conference yesterday, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin gave a disturbing account of the cockpit voice recordings extracted from black box. He said Lubitz locked his captain out after the senior officer left the flight deck.
    At that point, Lubitz used the flight managing system to put the plane into a descent, something that can only be done manually - and deliberately. 
    He said: 'The intention was to destroy the plane. Death was instant. The plane hit the mountain at 700kmh (430mph).
    'I don't think that the passengers realised what was happening until the last moments because on the recording you only hear the screams in the final seconds'.  
    Referring to Lubitz, Mr Robin said: 'He did this for a reason which we don't know why, but we can only deduct that he destroyed this plane. We have asked for information from the German investigation on both his profession and personal background'. 
    Mr Robin said he had no known links with terrorism, adding: 'There is no reason to suspect a terrorist attack.'
    And asked whether he believed the crash that killed 150 people was the result of suicide, he said: 'People who commit suicide usually do so alone... I don't call it a suicide.' 
    Mr Robin, who had earlier briefed the families of the dead – and separately those of both pilots – said the screams of passengers aware of their fate could be heard in the final seconds of the recording.
    Relatives of those killed in the crash visited the area yesterday. Locals in the Alps have offered to put them up, while Germanwings is setting up a family assistance centre in Marseille
    Germanwings spokesman Thomas Winkelmann said: 'Our focus in these darkest hours is to provide psychological assistance to the families and friends of the victims of flight 4U9525.
    'The suffering and pain this catastrophe has caused is immeasurable. No words can express it and no amount of consolation is sufficient but we want to be there for visiting family members and friends if our support is desired.'
    It also emerged today that his parents only discovered that their son was a mass murderer just minutes before the bombshell press conference by prosecutors in Marseille.
    His mother, a piano teacher, and father, a successful businessman, were understood to be in the French city at the time of the announcement, but kept separate from the victims' relatives.
    Their whereabouts are now unknown, but it is believed they are being questioned by police.  Lubitz’s father Gunter and mother have both been questioned by police and are said to be ‘devastated’ by the revelations.
    The couple's £400,00 two-storey detached home in Montabaur, a town 40 miles from Bonn where Lubitz is thought to have grown up, was also searched by detectives.
    Service: Students of the Joseph-Koenig Gymnasium - sixteen of whose students and two of whose teachers died in the tragedy as they returned from an exchange trip to Spain - arrive for a memorial service in Haltern, Germany today
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    Service: Students of the Joseph-Koenig Gymnasium - sixteen of whose students and two of whose teachers died in the tragedy as they returned from an exchange trip to Spain - arrive for a memorial service in Haltern, Germany today
    Touching: Photographs and handwritten notes were left in tribute by friends and family who visited the memorial near the crash site
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    Touching: Photographs and handwritten notes were left in tribute by friends and family who visited the memorial near the crash site
    In memory: French authorities installed an engraved stone tribute to the victims, where mourners gathered to lay flowers and candles
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    In memory: French authorities installed an engraved stone tribute to the victims, where mourners gathered to lay flowers and candles

    AIRLINES INTRODUCE BANS ON PILOTS BEING LEFT ALONE IN COCKPIT - DESPITE FEARS OF INCREASED TERROR RISK

    A string of airlines last night introduced emergency rules to prevent pilots ever being left alone in the cockpit.
    In an attempt to prevent a repetition of the Germanwings disaster, a senior crew member will stay on the flight deck if one of the pilots is not there.
    The Civil Aviation Authority urged airlines to review their rules to avoid the pilot or co-pilot being alone at the controls.
    Flybe, easyJet, Emirates, Thomas Cook, Norwegian Air and Virgin Atlantic all said they would make this company policy.
    Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International, said the tragedy was partly due to 'knee-jerk' controls introduced after 9/11.
    He told the Independent: 'The ill-thought reinforced cockpit door has had catastrophic consequences.' 
    Mr Baum said thinking about airline safety had been skewed by the 2001 terror attacks, adding that there had been 'excessive attention given to terrorism' and a 'failure to address other threats to aviation security'.
    Critics say knee-jerk measures such as the reinforced cockpit doors brought in after 9/11 contributed to the tragedy
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    Critics say knee-jerk measures such as the reinforced cockpit doors brought in after 9/11 contributed to the tragedy
    The CAA ‘advises’ another staff member should stand in if one of the pilots has to leave to get a drink or go to the toilet.
    But until now, one person was deemed sufficient and having a second person at all times was ‘voluntary’. However, the latest tragedy will heap pressure on airlines that do not follow the advice. 
    A CAA statement said: ‘Following the details that have emerged regarding the tragic Germanwings incident, we are co-ordinating closely with colleagues at the European Aviation Safety Agency and have contacted all UK operators to require them to review all relevant procedures.’
    The authority added that it had made the change ‘in the light of the latest developments in France’ that revealed the pilot of flight 9525 was locked out of the cockpit.
    While the CAA said the switch will remain voluntary, an industry insider said: ‘There is some industry chatter about the policy becoming mandatory.’
    Budget carrier easyJet was one of the first to announce the change. A spokesman said: ‘easyJet can confirm that, with effect from March 27, it will change its procedure which will mean that two crew members will be in the cockpit at all times.’ A crew member will temporarily enter the cockpit if the pilot or co-pilot needs the toilet.
    Tour operator Thomas Cook said: ‘We are adapting our procedures to ensure there will always be two people in the cockpit.’
    Ryanair, Flybe, Monarch and Jet2, which flies from the Midlands, the North and Scotland, said they already had policies to ensure two crew are in the cockpit at all times.
    Monarch’s spokesman added: ‘We also have an “eyes-on” rule requiring cabin crew to enter the cockpit during the cruising stage to check on the pilot and co-pilot.’
    BMI Regional declined to comment, while a British Airways spokesman said: ‘It’s not something we’re going to get drawn into. It’s not that we’ve not decided; we’re choosing not to comment.’ The airline said it classed cockpit seating as a security issue and never discussed such matters.
    Virgin Atlantic said having two people on the flight deck at all times was ‘common practice’ but it is now ‘formalising’ this.
    But while most airlines have rushed to comply with the CAA advice, pilots’ union Balpa accused the authority of ‘jumping to a solution’ that could ‘create different risks’.
    Lufthansa, parent company of Germanwings, was also undecided last night. A spokesman said: ‘So far, no decision has been taken to change the procedure … but we will look into it. So far, we trust our procedure.’
    Flying with two people constantly in the cockpit is standard practice in the US. Long-haul flights usually have more than two crew on board who are capable of flying the plane.
    But a senior examiner from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has accused EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic of being 'irresponsible' and 'playing to the gallery' in response to the Germanwings disaster.
    The two airlines are changing procedures to ensure two crew are in the cockpit at all times following the Germanwings tragedy that killed 150 people.
    But the CAA's Tony Newton said that such policy changes would mean that the cockpit door would be open for longer, allowing potential terrorists a greater opportunity to rush in and take the controls.
    'This was a knee-jerk response that could introduce lots of attendant risks that could make matters worse', he said. 'The CAA said that safety policy should be reviewed, but it didn't intend airlines to take immediate action for the sake of the headlines.'
    'There is not a great deal of evidence to suggest that an extra person on the flight deck could do anything anyway,' he said.
    'If someone is hellbent on crashing the plane, he could probably take the other person by surprise and overpower them. There may be some benefit, but it needs to be weighed up against the attendant risks.'
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    Final photograph: Iranian sports journalist Hussein Javadi (right) took this picture (left) moments before boarding the doomed plane
    As a child, Lubitz is said to have always wanted to be a pilot and covered his bedroom walls with pictures of planes and collected model aircraft.
    The mother of a former schoolmate of Lubitz said he had told her daughter he had taken a break from pilot training because he was suffering from depression. ‘Apparently he had a burnout,’ she added.

    TEST TO SPOT TELL-TALE SIGNS 

    Doctors giving pilots their regular medical checks assess their psychological soundness at the same time, according to the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority.
    This is done before they first fly and at regular intervals after that – once a year for under-40s and every six months for those over that age.
    Pilots are not made to sit detailed psychological tests, but the doctors are qualified to spot problems including signs of stress, fatigue and drug or alcohol abuse. CAA standards state: ‘During assessment of the applicant’s history, the doctor should make a general inquiry about mental health, which may include mood, sleep and alcohol use.
    ‘The doctor should observe the applicant during the process of the examination and assess the mental state of the applicant.’
    A CAA spokesman said: ‘There is a psychological element to the pilots’ medical assessments. It forms part of the medical examination which pilots have to undergo to get their medical certificate without which they can’t fly.'
    The grief of victims' families visiting the scene of the crash yesterday turned to anger when they heard the pilot was to blame.
    An interpreter who worked with them told La Provence newspaper: 'At first they were very calm, dignified. They wanted to know if their loved ones had suffered.'
    But after the truth of what happened emerged, the mood changed, the interpreter said. 'There were screams, some people broke down in tears. It was very hard for them and us, too.' 
    French Prime Minister Manuel Valls urged patience on Friday but said the German airline had an obligation to share all information on Lubitz with investigators.
    Mr Valls told iTELE: 'It is up to this company to provide a maximum of information so that we can understand why this pilot committed this dreadful act.'
    The Germanwings tragedy has already led to a number of developments in the airline industry. 
    The Civil Aviation Authority called on UK airline operators to review safety procedures, and easyJet was among several airlines to introduce rules so that two crew members are in the cockpit at all times. 
    Compensation payouts from the tragedy could total more than £100million, with the families of each victim given around £700,000 each, depending on the victim's earning ability.
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the revelations gave the tragedy a ‘new, simply incomprehensible dimension’. 
    The fate of the Germanwings plane has chilling similarities to that of LAM flight 470 which crashed in Namibia in November 2013, killing all 27 passengers and six crew.
    Air crash investigators believe the Embraer 190 jet was flown into the ground by the captain after his co-pilot went to the toilet.
    In that case, the jet's captain, Herminio dos Santos Fernandes, was believed to have had serious personal problems at the time of his death.
    When his co-pilot went to the toilet, flight data information recovered from the scene found that Fernandes manually changed the aircraft's altitude from 38,000 feet to almost 600 feet below ground level. He also pushed the aircraft's throttles back to idle and selected the jet's maximum operating speed.
    Disturbingly, the cockpit voice recorder picked up the sound of the co-pilot pounding on the door in an attempt to regain access to the flight deck.
    Four specialists from Interpol have joined senior French detectives trying to work out why Lubitz locked himself into the cockpit. 
    Carsten Spohr, pictured, the head of Lufthansa, admitted Lubitz had slipped through the safety net with devastating consequences
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    Carsten Spohr, pictured, the head of Lufthansa, admitted Lubitz had slipped through the safety net with devastating consequences
    Recovery: A rescue worker is lifted to a helicopter with what appears to be the body of a victim from the crash
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    Recovery: A rescue worker is lifted to a helicopter with what appears to be the body of a victim from the crash
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    Recovery: A rescue worker is lifted to a helicopter with what appears to be the body of a victim from the crash
    Investigation:  French prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation for what appears to be a case of suicide involving mass murder
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    Investigation:  French prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation for what appears to be a case of suicide involving mass murder
    Search: Teams working in the difficult Alpine terrain clear scattered crash debris and search for bodies and belongings
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    Search: Teams working in the difficult Alpine terrain clear scattered crash debris and search for bodies and belongings

    KILLER CO-PILOT ACTED LIKE 'SPREE-KILLER' WHO COMMITS ATROCITY THEN KILLS HIMSELF, SAYS PSYCHOLOGIST

    Andreas Lubitz exhibited the behaviour of a mass 'spree-killer', according to a leading psychologist.
    Yesterday's revelations about Lubitz's actions on the Germanwings plane point to the mindset of the kind of person who goes on a calculated killing spree on a school or army base and then kills themselves, Professor Craig Jackson from Birmingham City University told MailOnline.
    Although it has not been confirmed without a doubt that it was definitely pilot suicide, the overwhelming evidence now suggests that it was.
    It emerged yesterday that Andreas Gunter Lubitz, 28, had to stop training in 2008 because of 'burnout'.
    Airline bosses confirmed he took several months off work but insisted he was '100 per cent fit to fly' after passing all medical tests.
    However, Professor Jackson interprets the previous problems as evidence of 'psychological weakness'.
    He believes Lubitz's behaviour mimics that of a spree-killer, 'the type of person who goes on a shooting spree on a campus, schools or army base as a social protest because they can't cope any more.'
    Professor Lubitz said: 'The phenomenon of workplace suicide is a fascinating one and it rarely occurs after someone has had a really bad day. It happens when several very serious things have gone wrong.
    'It is complex end-stage behaviour and it comes to a point when the person - which may have been the pilot in this case - prefers death to life.
    'They become completely tunnel-visioned and almost engage in a form of social protest by killing themselves while they are working - and their death becomes a symbol for their dislike for the company or job.
    'His mental health may have been fine... but certain aspects in his personality coupled with some stress he may have been going through could be a catalyst for the incident.'
    Burnout and depression... inside troubled mind of suicide pilot
    From David Wilkes in London and Inderdeep Bains in Montabaur, Germany 
    Posing by San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Andreas Lubitz looks like a young man without a care in the world.
    Having realised his dream of becoming an airline pilot – one pursued since boyhood – the clean-cut, athletic young man had every reason to be happy.
    But investigators will now attempt to find out what lurked beneath the smile in that photograph, after it emerged that Lubitz ‘intentionally’ crashed Germanwings Flight 9525, killing all 150 on board.
    Investigators enter Lubitz's house on the outskirts of Dusseldorf yesterday as the probe into the crash continues
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    Investigators enter Lubitz's house on the outskirts of Dusseldorf yesterday as the probe into the crash continues
    Yesterday a disturbing picture of the 28-year-old’s state of mind began to emerge. There were claims he had suffered ‘burnout’ and depression during his pilot training, leading him to take a break of several months.
    The pilot had lived in a smart top-floor flat in a modern block on the outskirts of Dusseldorf, the city for which his doomed flight from Barcelona was bound. He reportedly shared the property with a girlfriend.
    He split his time between the flat and his family home in an affluent, middle-class suburb in Montabaur – population 12,500 – in the woody hills of west Germany. He shared the impressive detached property, worth half a million euros, with his mother, a piano teacher, and his businessman father. Neighbours said he also had a younger brother.
    Plain clothed and uniformed officers entered both properties yesterday afternoon carrying evidence bags and forensic boxes.
    Montabaur locals struggled to reconcile the Lubitz they knew with the man who killed his colleagues and passengers. They spoke instead of a fitness fanatic, who ran the Frankfurt half-marathon in 2013, 2012 and 2011 alongside his father, with a best time of one hour and 37 minutes.
    Klaus Radke, chairman of the LSC Westerwald aviation club where Lubitz was a member, described the Germanwings co-pilot as 'normal'
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    Klaus Radke, chairman of the LSC Westerwald aviation club where Lubitz was a member, described the Germanwings co-pilot as 'normal'
    Peter Ruecker, a member of the glider club in Montabaur who watched Lubitz learn to fly, said the  pilot showed no signs of depression
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    Peter Ruecker, a member of the glider club in Montabaur who watched Lubitz learn to fly, said the pilot showed no signs of depression
    Johannes Rossbach, 23, who lives two doors away from the Lubitzes, said he would regularly see Andreas jogging through the neighbourhood. ‘He was very polite. He would always say hello and goodbye. There certainly seemed nothing out of the ordinary about him,’ he said.
    ‘The news is absolutely shocking. I can’t believe someone like that would kill 149 other people.’
    At the Lufts Sports Club, where Lubitz learned to fly gliders as a teenager, members recalled how thrilled he had been to secure a job with Germanwings. 
    Peter Ruecker remembered him as ‘rather quiet but friendly’ when he first showed up at the club, a five-minute drive from his home, as a 14-year-old who wanted to fly. 
    After obtaining his glider licence as a teenager, Lubitz was accepted as a Lufthansa trainee after studying at the local high school. It was at this point, after leaving home to begin his pilot training, that his troubles began to emerge. Lubitz reportedly suffered a breakdown, taking six months’ leave before being allowed to return to flight school.
    The mother of one of Lubitz’s schoolmates told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper he had revealed to her daughter he had taken a break from his training due to a bout of depression.
    ‘Apparently he had a burnout, he was in depression,’ she said. She added that her daughter had seen Lubitz again just before Christmas, and that he had appeared normal.
    Under guard: Police keep the media away from the house where pilot Andreas Lubitz sometimes lived with his parents in Montabaur, Germany
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    Under guard: Police keep the media away from the house where pilot Andreas Lubitz sometimes lived with his parents in Montabaur, Germany
    Carsten Spohr, the chief executive of Lufthansa – Germanwings’ parent company – confirmed that Lubitz took a break from his training for several months in 2009, but did not elaborate why.
    Lubitz’s training resumed after ‘the suitability of the candidate was re-established’, he said.
    Later, Mr Spohr told CNN that Lubitz had passed all his tests and medical exams, and gave no voluntary indication that he was unstable or mentally ill.
     We have at Lufthansa a reporting system where crew can report, without being punished, their own problems, or they can report about problems of others without any kind of punishment. That hasn’t been used either in this case, so all these safety nets we are so proud of here have not worked in this case.
    Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr
    ‘We have at Lufthansa a reporting system where crew can report, without being punished, their own problems, or they can report about problems of others without any kind of punishment,’ he said.
    ‘That hasn’t been used either in this case, so all these safety nets we are so proud of here have not worked in this case.’
    According to the airline, Lubitz trained at the Lufthansa Flight Training School in Bremen, as did Flight 9525 captain Patrick Sonderheimer. After qualifying as a pilot in 2008, Lubitz first worked as a flight steward and then became a first officer for budget airline Germanwings in September 2013.
    Mr Sonderheimer, a father of two, joined the firm in May 2014 after working for Lufthansa for ten years. He had flown for more than 6,000 hours, making him far more experienced than Lubitz, who clocked up only 630 hours at the controls.
    This may have included a trip to London and back last Sunday, according to reports in Germany.
    Yesterday Lubitz’s flying club’s chairman Klaus Radke said he had been ‘very proud to be a professional pilot’, and had seemed his ‘normal, open-minded’ self when he attended a barbecue with a girlfriend last year.
    Shocked at the suggestion Lubitz intentionally crashed, Mr Radke said: ‘He did his flight training in the club from an early age. He was a very calm and very precise young man.’
    The club had posted a tribute to Lubitz online – but withdrew it in the light of yesterday’s revelations.
    Germany’s interior minister Thomas de Maiziere said there was no indication of Lubitz having ‘a terrorist background’, echoing comments by French officials.
    Professor Robert Bor, a specialist aviation psychologist in London, said: ‘Taking an aircraft full of passengers with you and flying in to a mountain suggests you are trying to destroy all the evidence of your suicide attempt.
    ‘But as we have the black box and the recording, he was not very successful in hiding it - if indeed that is what has happened. We need to look in to the mind of the person. Unfortunately he is no longer alive but we do leave so-called psychological footprints before we act in this kind of way.’
    Dr Bor said it was also possible it was ‘an impulsive act at the time’ but said it was much more likely to be an issue with the personal life of the pilot.
    Investigators are now delving in to every aspect of the personal life of Andreas Lubitz to uncover any clues about his mental state. This will include looking in detail at his personal relationships.
    Lubitz travelled to the Las Marenas Resort in Miami with a male friend in November 2011. A Facebook post from the time stated that he and his friend were enjoying sunbathing and swimming.
    A Montabaur neighbour, Ulrika, told Bavarian radio: ‘Everybody is stunned in this town to learn the news. He grew up here, went to school here, and came back most weekends from Dusseldorf when he wasn’t flying. This is a great loss to us, and we are perplexed to think that he might have caused the deaths of so many people.’

    HOW ACCESS TO THE COCKPIT DOOR CAN BE DISABLED FROM THE INSIDE

    The Airbus A320 is fitted with a locking mechanism to prevent unauthorised access to the flight deck while the aircraft is in flight. 
    The safety systems were improved in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks where hijackers were able to gain access to the cockpit and take over the aircraft.
    In normal flight, the door to the flight is closed and locked. 
    Cabin crew can use a code and gain access to the flight deck. Entry is controlled by the flight crew, in case of a possible hijack attempt. 
    The Cockpit Door Locking System (CDLS) according to the flight manual 'provides a means of electrically locking and unlocking the cockpit door'.  
    The CDLS is located in the central pedestal between both pilots and has a toggle switch which controls the door. 
    They also have a CCTV camera so they can see who is seeking access, and if they are under any form of duress. 
    Pilots can restrict access to the flight deck although cabin crew can gain entry in an emergency. However, this emergency access can be over-ridden by the pilot for between five to 20 minutes.
    The limited time to keep the door closed is itself a safety feature, in case the flight crew become incapacitated - known in the industry as 'incap'. 
    Switch: Cockpit doors can be locked from the inside by pilots - making the door virtually impregnable to anyone trying to get in 
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    Switch: Cockpit doors can be locked from the inside by pilots - making the door virtually impregnable to anyone trying to get in 
    After the predeterminted time, the keypad on the outside of the cockpit door will become operational again, unless the pilot actively restricts access again. 
    Also the cockpit door has several other safety features in case of a sudden decompression which will cause the door to open.  
    According to the flight manual there are 'routine' and 'emergency' access requests. 
    'The toggle switch enables the flight crew to lock or unlock the cockpit door, following an access request, thereby allowing or denying the entry to the cockpit.'  
    The flight manual states that the control unit is responsible for: 
    • Locking or unlocking the door latches, upon flight crew action
    • Unlocking the door i, in case of cockpit decompression (the door then opens towards the cockpit under differential pressure)
    • Indicating system failures of electrical latches and pressure sensors
    • Activating the access request buzzer and turning on the keypad LEDs 
    On the Airbus A320, there are three settings: 
    • Unlock: This position is used to enable the cabin crew member to open the door. The switch must be pulled and maintained in the unlocked position until the door is pushed open. 
    • Normal: All latches are locked, and EMERGENCY access is possible for the cabin crew
    • Lock: Once the button has been moved to this position, the door is locked; emergency access, the buzzer, and the keypad are inhibited for a preselected time (5 to 20 min) 
    'In the last seconds, we only hear screams'
    By David Williams, Chief Reporter 
    The awful, anguished screams of the passengers as they realised the plane was just moments from smashing into the Alps are among the last sounds recorded before the jet hit the ground at more than 430mph and broke into thousands of pieces.
    Yesterday Marseille public prosecutor Brice Robin gave the first detailed account of what unfolded in the final 40 minutes of Flight 4U9525:
    Harrowing: Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin, left, with rescue chief General David Galtier yesterday
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    Harrowing: Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin, left, with rescue chief General David Galtier yesterday
    10.01am: Germanwings Flight 4U9525 takes off from Barcelona bound for Dusseldorf with an expected flight time of just under two hours: First officer Andreas Günter Lubitz and the plane’s captain, pilot Patrick Sonderheimer were ‘friendly’ and ‘spoke naturally’ during a ‘very normal conversation’, according to the cockpit voice recorder. Conditions were good and, according to Mr Robin, the captain briefed Lubitz on the expected approach.
    10.27am: The captain, a father-of-two with ten years’ flying experience, is heard handing command of the flight to Lubitz so he can take a toilet break. Public prosecutor Mr Robin said: ‘We hear the pilot asking the co-pilot to take over and we hear the sound of a chair being pushed back and a door closing so we assume that the captain went to the toilet or something.
    ‘So the co-pilot is on his own, and it is while he’s on his own that the co-pilot is in charge of the plane and uses the flight management system to start the descent of the plane.’
    Lubitz was sitting in this cockpit, pictured, when he commanded the jet to crash into the Alps at 400mph
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    Lubitz was sitting in this cockpit, pictured, when he commanded the jet to crash into the Alps at 400mph
    10.29am: Passengers would have been aware that the plane, after reaching its cruising height of 38,000ft, was gradually dropping because the skies were clear, affording stunning views of the snow-capped southern Alps growing ever closer below.
    The plane’s descent was smooth and gradual, there had been no announcement that anything was wrong, the cabin crew had served soft drinks and fellow passengers were walking down the aisle to the toilets and to speak with one another.
    In fact, Lubitz appears to have left the autopilot engaged – turning a small dial on the instrument panel to select lower and lower altitudes while leaving the aircraft’s direction unchanged.
    One aviation tracking service said the autopilot was switched to descend to 100ft, its lowest possible setting.
    Mr Robin said: ‘You need deliberately to turn it. The action is deliberate. It was a voluntary action.’
    At this point, the captain attempts to get back on to the flight deck. The reinforced door is locked and, according to Mr Robin, ‘we hear several calls from the pilot to access the cockpit’. The reinforced door can be double-locked from within.

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    Debris from the jet, operated by Lufthansa's Germanwings budget airline, was found near Barcelonnette
    German and Spain flags symbolising some of the nationalities of the victims are seen as family members and relatives gather for a ceremony in Le Vernet near the crash site of the Airbus A320 in the French Alps
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    German and Spain flags symbolising some of the nationalities of the victims are seen as family members and relatives gather for a ceremony in Le Vernet near the crash site of the Airbus A320 in the French Alps
    It had begun with a gentle tap at the door, grown to fierce knocking and then, as Sonderheimer realised what was happening, to an attempt to break down a door that had been reinforced with steel to prevent hijacking.
    In their seats, the majority of passengers would have been unaware of the growing panic. The door is screened first by the galley and then by a curtain. Mr Robin said: ‘We hear several shouts from the captain asking to get in, speaking through the intercom system, but there’s no answer from the cockpit.’ He added that ‘means we are speaking of a deliberate action to refuse to open the door.. for the commander’.
    10.32am: Lubitz was silent for the final eight minutes before the jet ploughed into the Alps. But his breathing could be heard until the moment of impact. In Marseille, air traffic controllers, noticing the plane’s rapid descent, try to contact the aircraft, but receive no response.
    Controllers also ask other planes in the area to try to contact Flight 4U9525 – again, there is no response. At some point the low altitude triggers an alarm inside the plane. Mr Robin said: ‘There are alarm systems which indicate to all those on board the proximity of the ground.
    ‘Then we hear noises of someone trying to break into the door.’
    10.40am: By now passengers are aware something terrible is going on. As well as hearing the alarm, the sky was clear and they will have seen the Alps and realised the plane was heading down. At no point, according to the prosecutor, was a Mayday call made.
    In the most chilling part of yesterday’s press conference, Mr Robin told assembled media: ‘We only hear screams in the last seconds.’ Then came the final impact. He added: ‘Death was instant.’
    Relatives of the victims of the Germanwings air crash attend a tribute in honour of their loved ones in Le Vernet, south-eastern France
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    Relatives of the victims of the Germanwings air crash attend a tribute in honour of their loved ones in Le Vernet, south-eastern France
    Wednesday: Many of the families of those on board had chosen to travel by car or bus from both Germany and Spain rather than fly to Marseilles from where they visited the mountainside near the Alpine village of Digne-les-Bains.
    They would have seen the aerial photographs of the site 6,200ft up where debris and remains have been scattered over an area of one square mile but little could have prepared them for what they saw from helicopters and the ground.
    The families were taken to a zone overlooking the crash site where counsellors, psychologists and translators were on standby. A chapel adorned with flowers and books for relatives to write tributes was then visited while a hall was made available for those wishing to stay overnight.
    Helicopters had begun winching the remains of victims, found scattered across the scree-covered slopes, to nearby Seyne-les-Alpes yesterday. In a bizarre twist, Lubitz’s own family had travelled to the scene together with his fellow pilot to meet with families – and to visit the crash site.
    Yesterday: Those families were coming to terms with the growing horror that their relatives had been, in effect, murdered en-masse. They are said to have been ‘deeply shaken’ by the revelation that it was not an accident and Lubitz had crashed the plane.
    The prosecutor said he had shared the details of the last moments of their loved ones with the relatives shortly before he made public Lubitz’s horrific act. He said: ‘The families are in a state of shock and find it hard to believe.’
    Esteban Rodriguez, whose friends Rogelio Oficialdegui and Manuel Rives, were among 50 Spaniards who died in Tuesday’s crash, said he had ‘a feeling of impotence, of rage’.

    16 TEENAGERS, TWO BABIES AND A FATHER OF TWO: THE VICTIMS OF THE DOOMED GERMANWINGS  FLIGHT

    Germanwings chief executive Thomas Winkelmann said those who died came from at least 13 different countries - with 72 German nationals and 49 people from Spain confirmed to have been on passenger lists for the plane. 
    There has been some confusion over numbers of passengers and countries they are from, because of dual nationalities.  
    Youngest victim: Seven-month-old Julian Pracz-Bandres, pictured with his mother Marina Bandres, died when the Airbus A320 crashed
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    Marina Bandres
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    Youngest victim: Seven-month-old Julian Pracz-Bandres, pictured with his mother Marina Bandres (also right), died when the Airbus crashed
    UK
    Martyn Matthews, a father-of-two with another child on the way. Mr Matthews, of Wolverhampton, was on business in Barcelona. 
    Marina Bandrés López-Belio, from Huesca, was travelling with her seven-month-old baby Julian from her uncle's funeral in Zaragoza. 
    They had been living in Manchester. Ms Lopez-Belio had not been able to fly home direct to Manchester, so had opted for a flight to Dusseldorf. 
    Paul Andrew Bramley, 28, originally from Hull, was also a passenger on the flight, the Foreign Office confirmed.  
    US 
    U.S. government contractor Yvonne Selke, 57, and her graduate daughter Emily, of Nokesville, Virginia, were both passengers on the doomed flight.
    Yvonne was a long-serving and highly regarded employee of Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., while Emily graduated from Drexel University, Philadelphia, in 2013.
    Raymond Selke confirmed on Wednesday that his wife and daughter were among the 150 people who died on a Germanwings flight from Spain to Germany the day before.
    In a statement, he said: 'Our entire family is deeply saddened by the losses of Yvonne and Emily Selke. Two wonderful, caring, amazing people who meant so much to so many. At this difficult time we respectfully ask for privacy and your prayers.'
    A third U.S. citizen was also on the crashed plane, but the State Department has yet to release the name of the victim. 
    Graduate Emily Selke, pictured, has been named as one of the two Americans killed in the crash. Her mother, U.S. government contractor Yvonne Selke, was also on board the doomed Airbus A320
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    Graduate Emily Selke, pictured, has been named as one of the two Americans killed in the crash. Her mother, U.S. government contractor Yvonne Selke, was also on board the doomed Airbus A320
    Germany
    Class of 16 year 10 pupils from Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium school in west Germany on an exchange trip to Barcelona
    Their two Spanish teachers -  Sonja Cercek and Stefanie T.
    Maria Radner, 34, an opera singer at the Deutsche Oper am Rhine in Dusseldorf. The contralto was travelling with her husband and baby after having performed in Barcelona, with fellow opera singer Oleg Bryjak, who also perished.
    Thomas Treppe, a fashion consultant, had been travelling on business when the plane crashed, El Pais reported. 
    María de Pablo Nuño, a Spanish teacher who had travelled to see her family in Barcelona.  
    Victim: Opera singer Maria Radner  who was travelling with her baby was among the passengers who lost their lives in the crash
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    Victims: Marina Bandres Lopez-Belio (left)  a 37-year-old Spanish woman living in Manchester and travelling with seven-month-old son, and Oleg Bryjak (right) were killed in the crash, while it is likely that a number of British nationals were also among those who died
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    Victims: Opera singer Maria Radner (left), who was travelling with her baby, and Oleg Bryjak (right) were among those killed in the crash
    Spain
    Josep Sabaté Casellas, worked for Espirit and was travelling to a business meeting in Germany. He was married with three children and was believed to have a fourth child on the way. 
    Teacher Pilar Vicente Sebastián, 52, had been on her way to see her two children who were studying in Dusseldorf, according to Levante. 
    A newly married 23-year-old man from La Llagosta, who got married on Saturday, was travelling with his wife, es reported. 
    A grandmother, her daughter and grandaughter from Sant Cugat del Vallès in Catalonia were all travelling together on a visit to Dusseldorf, according to the Huffington Post. 
    Manuel Rives, 52, was a married father of three and representative for the major Spanish trade union in Delphi, reported El Pais. Colleagues were seen carrying his photo, remembering the worker, today. 
    The newspaper also reported that businessman and amateur rower Carles Masanas Milla was going to a food fair in Cologne. 
    Ariadna Falguera, 33, wife of a member of the Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) party, was confirmed to have been among the passengers, according to El Pais.   
    Australian victims: Mother and son Carol and Greig Friday, from Victoria, were among the 150 passengers and crew on board doomed Germanwings Flight 4U 9525
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    Australian victims: Mother and son Carol and Greig Friday, from Victoria, were among the 150 passengers and crew on board doomed Germanwings Flight 4U 9525
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    Australian victims: Mother and son Carol and Greig Friday, from Victoria, were among the 150 passengers and crew on board Flight 4U 9525
    Australia 
    Mother and son Carol and Greig Friday, of Victoria in Australia.  
    Belgium
    Christian Driessens, 59, a father and grandfather, travelled on planes almost every week for business and was fondly remembered by his family as an avid globetrotter, who loved to travel.   
    Kazakhstan
    Opera singer Oleg Bryjak, 54, a baritone, had just performed Richard Wagner's 'Siegfried' at Barcelona's Gran Teatre del Liceu.
    School trip: These are some of the German pupils who died on the Germanwings flight. The teenagers had been on a week-long exchange trip to Barcelona and were flying home along with two of their teachers
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    School trip: These are some of the German pupils who died on the Germanwings flight. The teenagers had been on a week-long exchange trip to Barcelona and were flying home along with two of their teachers
    Tragic: German schoolgirl Elena Bless, pictured, was on board the ill-fated Germanwings flight. The 16-year-old texted friends to say she missed her family just moments before the aircraft crashed in the French Alps
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    Tragic: German schoolgirl Elena Bless, pictured, was on board the ill-fated Germanwings flight. The 16-year-old texted friends to say she missed her family just moments before the aircraft crashed in the French Alps

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