Germanwings Crash: BEA Investigators Urge New Rules About Reporting Mental-Health Concerns

LE BOURGET, France — Air collision investigators endorsed Sunday that universe aviation bodies pull adult new manners requiring medical workers to advise authorities when a pilot’s mental health could bluster open safety, after 150 people died when a Germanwings co-pilot deliberately crashed a jet into a French Alps final year.

Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had been treated for basin in a past, and a review found that he had consulted dozens of doctors in a weeks before a pile-up on Mar 24, 2015.

Image: Investigators contend Germanwings co-pilot tested skirmish on progressing flight

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