EASA has proposed a strengthening of pilot medical requirements following the crash of Germanwings flight 9525 in March 2015. The proposals form part of an action plan created after the Germanwings Airbus A320 was flown deliberately into the French Alps during a scheduled flight from Barcelona to Düsseldorf, killing all 150 people aboard. A preliminary report on the crash by French agency BEA revealed that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, alone on the flight deck, switched the selected ...

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