Information obtained by decoding the audio of one of the black boxes, revealed new details of the accident to Airbus A320 in France. As it turns out, the pilots of the liner for some strange reason during the crash remained unconscious.
Also drop without endless: periodically, the aircraft was returned to the horizontal state.
"According to official information acquired by pilots of crashed German aircraft for some unknown reason, was unconscious at the time lasted 8 minutes of the fall. This information was obtained by decoding the audio of one of the black boxes," said the Manager of the aviation Department of the transport safety Agency of Finland Pekka Henttu citing official data acquired.
According to his statement, in light of the new information environment looks out of the ordinary. Horizontal state during the fall indicates that the pilots probably at some point come to mind. "Or autopilot intervened in the case, or pilots at some point woke up and attempted to do something to preserve the height and avoid the fall - quoted Henttu Finnish television and radio company "Julia".
Specialists in aviation are considering several versions of the circumstances of the disaster. One of them could become breakage sensors, which are transferred to the onboard PC of the aircraft erroneous data. A sudden crash was motivated by damage to the equipment, in consequence of which the pilots could not control the behavior of the liner.
Another version describes the depressurization of the cabin. In such a situation, the crew had to go down and attempt to make an emergency landing, but in the mountains for this highly difficult to find the optimal location. Another version describes the incident in the cockpit or depressurization.
Days.Roux wrote about what Airbus A320 crashed in the South of France. The tragedy happened in the Alpes de Haute Provence. The aircraft belonged to the low-cost carrier Germanwings. It was supposed to land at 11:49 local time. With radar, the plane disappeared at 09:39, at an elevation of 6800 feet.
On Board the A320, news Lufthansa, was 150 people: 144 passengers and 6 crew members. Experts and politicians say that, most likely, everyone who was on Board the A320, died.