Lufthansa chief says `stunned` by co-pilot reports, motive unknown

Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr said Thursday he was "stunned" by suggestions the co-pilot of the jet operated by its Germanwings subsidiary had deliberately crashed the plane.

Berlin: Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr said Thursday he was "stunned" by suggestions the co-pilot of the jet operated by its Germanwings subsidiary had deliberately crashed the plane.

Spohr told a news conference there was "no indication what might have led" to the actions of Andreas Lubitz.

He said that 28-year-old Lubitz had passed all psychological tests required to begin training and underwent regular physical examinations.

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