It was the end of a long wait for the families of high school students killed in the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps. Nearly three months
A Lufthansa cargo plane landed at Düsseldorf airport on Tuesday night carrying the remains of 44 victims of the Germanwings plane crash. Their
Earlier this year, a Germanwings jet carrying 150 people crashed into a remote area of the French Alps, killing everyone on board. Authorities say
All of the human remains found at the Germanwings crash site in the French Alps have now been identified, according to the prosecutor in the case. It
. Questions are being asked as to how co-pilot Andreas Lubitz could have been prevented from crashing a Germanwings Airbus into the Alps in March.
The findings come from French investigators who said Lubitz reduced altitude on a flight from Dusseldorf to Barcelona several times.
Lufthansa shareholders have met for their annual meeting in Hamburg just over a month after 150 passenger and crew died in the Germanwings crash.
A memorial service for the victims who died in the Germanwings’ flight crash, in the French Alps, was held at Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy have been remembering the victims of the Germanwings plane disaster. Grieving relatives of
The German newspaper Bild says Lufthansa doctors had recommended that pilot Andreas Lubitz should be given psychological treatment, despite
Germanwings parent company Lufthansa is considering taking legal action against a woman it says took several free flights from Germany to southern
Further questions are being asked about the quality of checks on pilots in the wake of the French Alps plane crash. Germany’s Federal Aviation Office
Analysts say a study of data from the second black box, recovered after last week's passenger plane crash in the French Alps, reveals co-pilot Andreas Lubitz manipulated the autopilot to reduce the ai
French investigators say there is “reasonable hope” that the recovery of a second black box data recorder can provide vital evidence about the demise
French authorities say they have found the second black box of the Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps last week, killing 150 people. The
This week on Business Line we look at the repercussions of the Germanwings air crash for the aviation industry. We ask the question is low cost
The head of Germanwings and the boss of parent company Lufthansa have visited the scene of the French Alps crash
Germany’s airline Lufthansa, parent company for several other airlines as well, is trying to recover and stabilise its credibility in the aftermath
French magazine Paris Match and German daily Bild report that a cellphone video found in the Germanwings wreckage shows the flight's last moments