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4UGermanwings (IATA airline code)
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Following the March 2015 crash of Germanwings flight 9525 that killed all 150 people on board, the European Aviation Safety Agency on Tuesday proposed tougher mental health checks for pilots.
Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Germanwings and Eurowings logged 107.
EXPERTS want new doctor-patient confidentiality rules after medics failed to act over the suicidal Germanwings pilot who killed 150 people, including three Brits.
Alarming findings of a year-long investigation will show today that Lubitz was warned to go to hospital for psychiatric treatment - but he hid it from bosses at budget airline Germanwings.
The proposal comes after a Germanwings pilot deliberately crashed a plane in March.
The issue came to light earlier this year after 27-year-old co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, barricaded himself inside the cockpit and crashed the Germanwings airliner he was flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board.
The aid fund is the product of the voluntary and long-term commitment of Germanwings and Lufthansa following the disaster of flight 4U9525.
BERLyN (CyHAN)- A number of families of the Germanwings plane crash victims have reportedly rejected the carrier's 25,000-euro compensation offer as far too low.
FRANKFURT, Shawwal 3, 1436, Jul 19, 2015, SPA -- Some of the close relatives of those killed in the Germanwings plane crash in March have rejected the carrier's offer of 25,000 euros ($27,000) in compensation payments for their pain and suffering, according to Reuters.
All airline pilots should undergo psychological screening and allow details of medical visits to be shared in a proposed European database, according to new recommendations delivered to the European Commission in the wake of the Germanwings disaster.
THE coffins of 15 school pupils killed in the Germanwings plane crash are to leave Dusseldorf airport in a hearse convoy and travel to the town of Haltern, where the children were from.
THE co-pilot who deliberately crashed the Germanwings Airbus in the French Alps had practised his actions on an earlier flight on the same plane that day, an official accident report has said.