Some Germanwings pilots and cabin crew have refused to fly following the carrier’s unexplained crash in the French Alps, the airline confirmed Wednesday.
Germanwings said there were “occasional flight disruptions” within its network due to “crew members who decided not to operate aircraft” following the crash of Flight 4U9525 with 150 people aboard en route to Dusseldorf, Germany.
“We understand their decision,” Thomas Winkelmann, a spokesman for Germanwings, said in an earlier statement.
Dusseldorf Airport said 24 Germanwings flights had been cancelled on Tuesday and one on Wednesday…
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