Earlier today, the chilling final moments of Flight FU 9525 were revealed by French prosecutors who said Lubitz’s sole aim was to ‘destroy the plane’.
It was said that Lubitz had a Muslim girlfriend. It is unclear if she was still dating Lubitz at the time of the crash. It is unclear if he met the woman through his Muslims friends.
One said that Lubitz had broken off the relationship after he pledged to commit Jihad for Allah. (This cannot be verified at this moment.)
Audio files extracted from the plane’s cockpit voice recorder – discovered yesterday at the remote crash site – revealed Lubitz locked his captain out of the flight deck minutes before the crash.
The captain was heard growing increasingly distressed as he tried to force his way back into the cockpit and passengers’ screams were heard in the final moments before impact.
Mass-killer co-pilot who deliberately crashed Germanwings plane had to STOP training because he was suffering depression and ‘burn-out’. German police make ‘significant discovery’ at his flat
- Black box voice recorder reveals chilling final moments of Airbus A320
- Passengers heard ‘screaming’ in final moments before crash that killed 150
- Prosecutor: ‘The intention was to destroy the plane. Death was instant’
- Co-pilot was named today as 28-year-old German Andreas Günter Lubitz
- Police today made ‘significant discovery’ at his home outside Dusseldorf
- Raises serious questions about why he was allowed to fly commercial jet
- Airline boss insists Lubitz was ‘100% fit to fly’ after passing medical tests
Police investigating the Germanwings crash said tonight they had made a ‘significant discovery’ at the home of pilot Andreas Lubitz, who deliberately ploughed the Airbus A320 into the French Alps.
Officers refused to reveal details of the potential breakthrough but said it was not a suicide note.