No security `system in world` could prevent co-pilot`s actions: Lufthansa chief

No security "in the world" could protect an airline from the kind of action taken by a co-pilot who French authorities say appears to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings plane, the head of its parent company said Thursday.

Berlin: No security "in the world" could protect an airline from the kind of action taken by a co-pilot who French authorities say appears to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings plane, the head of its parent company said Thursday.

"Whatever safety provisions you have in a company, however high the standards, such an isolated case cannot be completely ruled out," Lufthansa chief executive Carsten Spohr told reporters.

"No system in the world can rule it out."

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