While in the French Alps, the search for debris from the A320 Germanwings, which crashed last Tuesday continues, investigators are trying to understand what led the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz to crash the plane into a mountain, with 150 people on board. A difficult task for the French and the Germans must detail all aspects of professional life and personal Andreas Lubitz and try to determine what he had in mind before and during the fateful flight.
On Monday afternoon, the German prosecutor made a point about his latest research. Andreas Lubitz had been treated for suicidal tendencies there several years “before obtaining his pilot’s license,” but no longer was at the time the accident flight, he said. The latest medical consultations “were not attested suicidal or aggressive towards others regard” recently, said the prosecutor Düsseldorf, Ralf Herrenbrück.