Alot can be said about the co-pilot and his assumed actions.
But lets stay civil. His family is not to be dragged in to this and these publications of the family house, the family door-sign is rather tragic. Stick to publishing his flat in Dusseldorf etc.
FYI - The door sign is a perfectly normal European door-sign saying family XX. There is nothing ethnic whatsoever in it.
Having seen the images of the house, its a normal middle class family home. Lubitz as a name doesn't strike me as a very weird or strange such. Ive attended a protestant church where we had a Lubitz. German ancestry but living in Australia at the time.
A home where this gentleman lived a little bit to long.
Most males age 28 would, if they had their own apartments, prefer to live by themselves and not with mum and dad. That tells me that this man is perhaps not the most social lad nor the most normal individual there is. That doesn't mean he is bad (well he is judging by these actions) but he is definately not your average bloke. Maybe a nerd, a airplane junkie, maybe immature or in need of his parents support for his normal days to be sane.
But having residencies in Dusseldorf and his old village/small town and choosing to return to the village/small town and his mums food, care and company isn't what average 28 year blokes in Europe do. However being a nerd or without a social life doesn't mean people are bad.
Also these ideas about cockpit entrances. One of the few things past 11/9 thats worked is obviously the no access to the cockpit doors.
We have, now, with one accident in Namibia and one here, seen that this comes with consequences. The idea of allowing more people into a cockpit such as FA
:s (whose mental status isn't checked to the level of pilots), doesn't strike me as safer. Thats more people who can cause issues, not risk elimination.
What solutions could be incorporated that allow people on the ground the ability to override cockpit inputs, ie open the doors?[Edited 2015-03-26 18:40:13]
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