Lufthansa to fly relatives of crash victims to France on Thursday

Lufthansa will arrange for two flights to leave from Spain and Germany on Thursday to take family members of the victims of the Germanwings plane crash to southern France so they can visit the accident site, the airline`s boss said.

A "special Lufthansa flight" will depart from Barcelona for the French city of Marseille to take relatives near the site of the French Alps crash while another plane will depart from the German city of Duesseldorf, Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr told a news conference.

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