French probe into Alps crash caused by suicidal co-pilot advises doctors inform authorities when a patient's health is likely to affect public safety.
In email to his doctor two weeks before the crash Andreas Lubitz said: 'I'm afraid to go blind and I can't get this possibility out of my head.'
Probe seeks to determine if co-pilot's mental state could have been detected by airline or others before the March 24 crash which claimed 150 lives.
French crash report says Andreas Lubitz repeatedly set Spain-bound plane to drop to 100ft before slamming it into French Alps on return flight.
More than 1,400 people, including Germany's chancellor and president, attended the service for the 150 people who died in the March 24th crash.
Search for bodies from the crash site in the French Alps ends as families gather to mourn victims of the doomed passenger jet.
Its data reveals that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz used the automatic pilot to put the airplane on a descent towards an altitude of 100 feet.
This box records technical flight data that could provide vital insights into the final moments of Flight 4U9525 before it crashed last week.
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As search of crash site in Alps continues, French authorities announced they are building an access road to the remote spot to aid their task.
Ex-girlfriend says Andreas Lubitz may have feared that health problems made his 'big dream of a job at Lufthansa, as captain' nearly impossible.
German newspaper Bild says Andreas Lubitz spent a total of one and a half years in psychiatric treatment and had interrupted his flight training.
Prosecutor Brice Robin says Andreas Lubitz, 28, refused to allow captain back into cockpit and 'intentionally' set plane on its doomed descent.