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CPLTCo-Pilot
CPLTCisco Photonics Local Terminal (software)
CPLTCold Proof Load Test Facility (McClellan Air Force Base; Sacramento, CA)
CPLTCollaborative Professional Learning Team
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Matthias Gebauer, chief correspondent for the online edition of German newspaper Der Spiegel, newspaper, tweeted: "Schoolmates of co-pilot who crashed tell German reporters he took six-months break from flight training in 2009 due to burnout-syndrome.
The co-pilot said nothing from the moment the captain left, Robin said.
Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin said the co-pilot was alone at the controls and "intentionally" sent the plane into the doomed descent.
French prosecutors said that, according to evidence from the cockpit voice recorder, co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, 28, deliberately put the Germanwings-operated plane into a descent after the captain had left the cockpit.
Insiders say Indonesian captain Iriyanto had taken the unusual step of getting up to pull a circuit-breaker and cut power to one of the plane's automated systems - leaving his lessexperienced French co-pilot, Remy Plesel, to fly the Airbus A320.
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The co-pilot was supposed to ensure the aircraft flew on its assigned path.
I am sure that all necessary help and assistance is being provided to the next of kin of the deceased pilot and medical aid is also being provided to the injured co-pilot," he added.
New York (AirGuide Features - Inside Air Travel) Thu, Apr 24, 2014 - An Air India co-pilot is in the dock after her senior captain complained that she used her mobile in the cockpit.
The co-pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 made a desperate call from his mobile phone as the plane was flying low near Penang, in the morning it vanished, a new twist into the missing flight's investigation reveals.
AFP -- The man who hijacked an Ethiopian Airlines flight en route from Addis Ababa to Rome on Monday was the co-pilot, according to the Geneva airport where the plane was forced to land.