German Airbus A320 Crash – An Airbus A320 passenger aircraft has been reportedly crashed in the southern French Alps with all 150 people on board feared dead.
According to our official reports, the plane was traveling between the Spanish coastal city of Barcelona and the German city of Dusseldorf when it came down between Barcelonnette and Digne in southern France on Tuesday.
A few hours after the incident, the head of low-budget airline, Germanwings, said there were 144 passengers and six crew on the aircraft.
German Airbus A320 Crash in French Alps
French aviation authorities had announced earlier in the day that there were 142 passengers and six flight personnel on board.
Meanwhile, French President Francois Hollande said there are likely no survivors in the Airbus crash. His remarks were echoed by the French Minister of State for Transport Alain Vidalies, who said, “There are no survivors” from the Germanwings plane.