Was Andreas Lubitz inspired by other plane disasters? Germanwings pilot’s actions echo recent tragedies and could explain what happened to MH370

Germanwings pilot Andreas Günter Lubitz (above) locked his captain out of the cockpit before ploughing the Airbus A320 into the mountain at more than 400mph, killing all 150 on board

The fate of Flight FU 9525 that was deliberately crashed into the Alps has chilling similarities to a number of other aircraft believed to have been downed by flight crew.

Germanwings pilot Andreas Günter Lubitz locked his captain out of the cockpit before ploughing the Airbus A320 into the mountain at more than 400mph, killing all 150 on board.

The final moments of the doomed jet were revealed by French prosecutors who said Lubitz’s sole aim was to ‘destroy the plane’.

It echoes a number of recent aviation tragedies and could explain what happened to flight MH370 – which vanished last March while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board…

Related: Two crew members in the cockpit at ALL times: EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic among airlines to announce radical new changes in wake of Germanwings tragedy

Airlines introduce two-person cockpit rule after Alps crash (includes Air Canada)

Share
  • Ho Hum
  • Hard Little Machine

    Ja – German media reporting he was an akbar.

  • ed

    having a “muslim” girlfriend might be a clue !!!!!

    • Guest

      ✸✸✸✸✔✸✸✸✸✔68$ AN HOUR@ag27:

      Going
      Here you Can
      Find Out,

      ►►► http://BuyWorkOnline.com/help/join

      ✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸✸

  • Speaksvolumes

    Right…like the two-person cockpit rule is going to make a difference when a male pilot decides he wants to crash a plane and he’s locked in the cockpit with a 5’3″, 105lbs stewardess.