Germanwings captain Patrick Sonderheimer can be heard desperately shouted "open the goddamn door", according to Bild.
The tabloid said accident investigators heard a recording which starts with the captain apologizing to passengers for a 26-minute delay in departing Barcelona, and promising to make up the time on the flight to Dusseldorf.
The dismembered body of the Germanwings co-pilot was found on Saturday near the crash site in the French Alps.
As broadcast by German media, authorities were able to positively ID the body through DNA extraction.
The development follows news that large amounts of pharmaceuticals prescribed by a psychiatrist were found in Andreas Lubitz's residence.
The Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who is suspected of intentionally crashing the plane in the French Alps, wanted to change the whole system and everyone to remember his name.
This was revealed by an ex-girlfriend of Lubitz, who also pointed to his increasing problems as the reason for them to split, the German newspaper Bild informs.
Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of crashed Germanwings plane, has hid the details of an "existing illness" and "corresponding medical treatment" from his employers, according to German prosecutors.
The prosecutors said they found torn-up sick notes in his home, including one covering the day of the crash of the Airbus A320, but didn't say what his illness was.
German General Attorney's disclosure that Andreas Lubitz was monitored by a doctor, who had signed him off for the day of the crash, "sick leave" shocks.
According what German prosecutors reveal, Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz was was sick, receiving medication and monitored by a doctor, who also wrote all his "sick leave" notes, which Lubitz would later tore apart or ignore.