德国之翼航班失事:副驾驶蓄意撞毁

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2015-3-27 09:15

Germanwings plane crash: Co-pilot 'wanted to destroy plane'
德国之翼航班失事:副驾驶蓄意撞毁

根据法国马赛当地检方召开的新闻发布会,黑匣子提供的进一步情况显示,失事客机系由副驾驶蓄意撞毁,机长无法进入舱门的原因极有可能是副驾驶从驾驶舱内部对舱门进行了反锁。让这位28岁的副驾驶员安德里亚斯·卢比茨成为调查重点,最新消息据英国卫报,德国明镜周刊记者Matthias Gebauer在推特上发文称,副驾驶的朋友透露,副驾驶在2009年感到筋疲力尽和抑郁,并暂停正在进行的飞行员训练。但是目前汉莎方面未给出直接回应。

The co-pilot of the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps, named as Andreas Lubitz, appeared to want to "destroy the plane", officials said.

Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin, citing information from the "black box" voice recorder, said the co-pilot was alone in the cockpit.

He intentionally started a descent while the pilot was locked out.

Mr Robin said there was "absolute silence in the cockpit" as the pilot fought to re-enter it.

He said air traffic controllers made repeated attempts to contact the aircraft, but to no avail. Passengers could be heard screaming just before the crash, he added.

Details are emerging of the German co-pilot's past - although his apparent motives for causing the crash remain a mystery.

Mr Lubitz, 27, had undergone intensive training and "was 100% fit to fly without any caveats", according to Carsten Spohr, the head of Lufthansa, the German carrier that owns Germanwings.

Mr Spohr said Mr Lubitz's training had been interrupted for several months six years ago, but did not say why.

The training was resumed after "the suitability of the candidate was re-established", he said.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters that the co-pilot's apparent actions had given the tragedy a "new, simply incomprehensible dimension".

Police have been searching the co-pilot's home in Montabaur, near Frankfurt, as well as a flat he kept in Duesseldorf.

The Airbus 320 from Barcelona to Duesseldorf hit a mountain, killing all 144 passengers and six crew, after an eight-minute descent.