The co-pilot who deliberately crashed the Germanwings plane, killing 150 people, has been named. Andreas Lubitz, 28, from
UPDATE:Andreas Lubitz Was 'Signed Off Work' On Day Of Fatal Crash But Tore Up Sick Notes • Pilot deliberately locked out
MORE ON GERMANWINGS: Germanwings Plane Crash Black Box 'Damaged' As Mystery Grows Over Final 8-Minutes Germanwings A320 Plane
The recovered black box device is believed to be the cockpit voice recorder rather than the flight data recorder. Both devices
This photo provided by the French Air Accident Investigation Agency shows the damaged black box voice data recorder of the
Contralto Maria Radner was on board the Airbus with her husband and baby, as was bass baritone Oleg Bryjak (right, below
Germanwings' parent company, Lufthansa, has not recorded a passenger fatality since 1993, when another Airbus A320 overshot
"It is likely that there were some British nationals" on board the Germanwings flight that crashed on Tuesday in the French
Sixteen students and two teachers from the same German school were on board the Germanwings airbus that has crashed in the
The German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation is sending three people to France to join the investigation