Media, citing investigators, report that Lubitz increased speed before approaching the mountains.
This has been reported by the French Info radio station, citing the investigators.
Data from the transcripts confirms that the second pilot has deliberately sent the plane down and increased speed before approaching the mountains.
The aircraft A320 of Germanwings, flying from Spain to Germany crashed in southern France on March 24. 150 people died as a result of the tragedy.
The investigation has already provided some evidence that the pilot's actions were deliberate. In particular, on the eve, it became known that Andreas Lubitz searched for the methods of suicide and locking the cockpit's door.Source: ZN.UA