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The pilot who crashed a Germanwings jet sought treatment for vision problems, The New York Times reported Saturday.
The pilot at the controls of the crashed Germanwings jet kept a mental illness diagnosis from his employer. The NYT reports.
Discussing whether the rules need to be modified for pilots who display serious depression, with Dr. Gail Saltz, New York Presbyterian psychiatrist.
In the wake of Tuesday's plane crash, Lufthansa may already be offering settlements to the families of the 150 passengers who were killed.
German prosecutors say no suicide note was found from Andreas Lubitz, and there was no indication of any political or religious motivation.
George Hamlin, President of Hamlin Transportation Consulting, says a material, adverse event in the life of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz may be the reason behind his decision to crash the plane.
John Goglia, Former NTSB Member and Writer at Aviation International News, recommends that a flight attendent stay in the cockpit when a co-pilot takes a break.
CNBC explains exactly what the aircraft autopilot is, how it works and how safe it is.
French prosecutors have stated that the co-pilot on the Airbus A320 flight chose to deliberately crash the plane. CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on what this might mean for Lufthansa.
The cockpit protocol at Germanwings will come under scrutiny as evidence emerges a pilot intentionally crashed Flight 9525, an aviation expert says.
CNBC contributor and former Continental Airlines CEO Gordon Bethune weighs in on comments made by Lufthansa CEO regarding the Germanwings jet crash.
The co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, was a member of the LSC Westerwald flight club in Montabaur, Germany, the German news media reported.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings flight that crashed initiated the plane’s descent while he was alone in the cockpit, said the prosecutor.
Reports suggest that one of the pilots on the Airbus A320 flight may have been locked out of the cockpit. With these rumors circulating, CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports the latest.
Carsten Spohr, CEO of Lufthansa, says everybody at the airline is completely "speechless" about how a plane in "spotless condition" could have crashed. CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports.
French investigators have announced that they have successfully extracted voice recordings from the flight's "black box". CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports the latest.
Gordon Bethune, former Continental Air CEO, and Charlie Leocha, Travelers United chairman, debate whether falling oil prices should prompt airliners to reduce the price of a ticket.
Some Germanwings crew members are unwilling to fly right now, due to their shock at yesterday's crash. CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports the latest.
A Boeing 737 plane carrying 78 passengers plus crew landed safely at the main airport in Russia's second city of St. Petersburg on Wednesday.
Experts are examining the "black box" recorder found at the scene of the crash of the Germanwings Airbus plane to try to ascertain what happened.