Flight Fears: Germanwings Crash Adds New Security Concern

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DALLAS –  Day by day, new pieces of information are coming in from the French Alps, where Germanwings flight 9525 crashed. The second black box reveals the flight’s co-pilot Andreas Lubitz intentionally used the controls to speed up the plane’s descent.

After finding out these details, we hit up passengers flying out to ask them if were concerned about who was flying the plane or if there is a new layer of concern about airplane security?

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