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French President Says 'Probably No Survivors' in Germanwings Plane Crash

French President Francois Hollande has said in a televised address that probably there are no survivors of the crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps.

Prime Minister Manuel Valls, who is now traveling to the site of the crash, has also announced that all 148 people on board have most likely died during the incident

Passenger Jet Crashes in France

A Germanwings airliner with 148 people on board has crashed in the French Alps.

The Airbus A320 was carrying 142 passengers and 6 crew, according to France 24. Neither Germanwings nor French aviation safety authorities have so far given any account on what led to the incident.

It was flying from Barcelona, southeast Spain, en route to Düsseldorf in Northern Germany.

German, Spanish, 'probably' Turkish victims in plane crash: Hollande

German, Spanish, and probably Turkish passengers were on the plane operated by Lufthansa's Germanwings budget airline that crashed in southern France on March 24 en route from Barcelona to Düsseldorf, French President François Hollande has said.

 He said that he could not say with "total certainty" that no French nationals were aboard the Germanwings flight.

Strike of Lufthansa Pilots Cancels All Flights Between Sofia, Germany

All ten Lufthansa-operated flights between Sofia and Munich and Frankfurt are cancelled on Wednesday due to the announced 12-hour strike of the airline's pilots.

The German airline cancelled on Wednesday 750 out of its 1400 scheduled domestic and European, which is expected to affect 80 000 passengers, the Business Insider reports.

Lufthansa Strike To Affect Flights To/From Bulgaria

The pilots' strike of the German airline Lufthansa will also affect the flights to and from Bulgaria. 

A special section on the Lufthansa website shows, that flights from Sofia to Munich and Frankfurt from April 2 to April 4, included, as well as the early morning flight to Munich, are cancelled. Same applies to the flights from Munich and Frankfurt to Sofia, April 2-4.

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