The second black box confirms the deliberate action of the copilot of the plane crash

The second black box of the Airbus A320 of Germanwings which contains the technical parameters of the 4U9525 flight shows that Copilot Andreas Lubitz availed herself of the autopilot and triggered several times controls so that the appliance drops faster, according to the French Office of investigations and analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) has reported. This first information extracted from the FDR (flight data recorder) confirms that the second crewman crashed the plane deliberately on March 24 in the French Alps, with 150 people on board, as it was deduced from the audio file recorded by the CVR (cabin voice recorder) another black box, according to the researchers.

This Thursday, the French rescue team found the second black box of Germanwings aircraft. In a statement, the BEA, which started from inmedfiato analysis nothing more receive the device, says that “l to first reading of that second box, which records technical flight parameters, indicates that the pilot in cockpit, Andreas Lubitz, used the autopilot to lower the aircraft up to a height of 100 feet. Subsequently, you have changed the configuration of the controller repeatedly to increase the rate of descent of the aircraft “.

Research Agency adds that “work continues to determine the precise development of flight”.

The 24 March, the German company Germanwings Airbus A320 jetliner plunged in the Alps French dying 150 people who were on board when he was covering the route Barcelona-Dusseldorf. Within two days, after the analysis of the audio recording from the cockpit of the last half hour of the flight, the Marseille Prosecutor’s Office announced that it was clear to the deliberate intention of wanting to destroy the aircraft Copilot.


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