Families of the Germanwings plane crash are filing a class action suit against Lufthansa. The initiative was taken by lawyer Erring Fouler who believes that there is a legal case against the German airline's management that showed reckless negligence in the case of pilot Andreas Lubitz.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who reportedly crashed an Airbus en route from Barcelona to Dusseldorf into a French Alps mountainside, had received treatment for suicidal tendencies prior to obtaining his commercial pilot's license.
Dusseldorf prosecutor Ralf Herrenbruck said the co-pilot had been in "psycho-therapeutic treatment with a noted suicide risk over a long period."
More and more disturbing information are coming to light about the tragic Germanwings plane crash at the French Alps which caused the death of 150 people.
Haunting video footage of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz enjoying a flying lesson in a glider has come to light. The video shows the pilot responsible for the Germanwings Airbus murder-suicide laughing as he takes off and lands solo. He is believed to have been in his late teens during the recording obtained by ITV news.