Germanwings Co-Pilot Intentionally Accelerated Plane into the Alps, Say Investigators

Boucher, Philip
April 2015
People.com;4/3/2015, pN.PAG
A second black box confirms co-pilot Andres Lubitz deliberately crashed Flight 9525


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