quinta-feira, 11 de junho de 2015

Germanwings: German families receive bodies of students

A week ago, the families of the victims of the plane crash in the French Alps had written to Lufthansa to express anger against the delay in the repatriation of the bodies.

The German airline, which owns the low-cost subsidiary Germanwings, chartered a special flight Tuesday to repatriate from Marseilles, in France, to Dusseldorf, in Germany, 44 German victims of the tragedy. Another special flight is scheduled for next Monday, to transport to Barcelona a part of Spanish victims.

The fateful flight of Germanwings was serving the route Barcelona-Dusseldorf when the Copilot Andreas Lubitz's crashed the plane deliberately in the French Alps, committing suicide and killing the remaining 149 passengers, including 72 Germans and 51.

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