The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is finalizing a series of proposals after holding an aircrew medical fitness workshop, as part of the Germanwings crash action plan. On March, 24, a Germanwings Airbus A320 was on a scheduled flight from Barcelona to Düsseldorf when it crashed, killing all 150 people aboard. A preliminary report revealed that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, alone on the flight deck, switched the selected altitude from 38,000 ft. to 100 ft.—the minimum value ...

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