Germanwings cancels flight as pilots refuse to fly


FRANKFURT: A number of pilots at German low-cost airline Germanwings refused to fly Wednesday following the deadly crash in the French Alps, saying they were mourning the victims of the doomed aircraft.

A spokeswoman for Germanwings’ parent company, German flag carrier Lufthansa, said that “Lufthansa flights are going ahead as planned. One Germanwings flight has been cancelled because pilots don’t feel they are in a position to fly.”



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