An ill-fated Dusseldouf bound Germanwings Airbus A320 weathered down in pieces in the province of Digne-les-Bains in the Alpines of Southern France after taken off from Barcelona in spain. Report has it that 150 people were aboard the jetliner and no not even one survivor recorded.
And according to a french official, the flight was said to have disappeared off the radar consequently leading into the crash.
And according to Segolene Royal, a top French official, said the seconds between 10.30 am and 10.31 am are considered vital to the investigation into the crash. She said the pilot stopped responding after 10.31am.
Though the cause of the accident had not being ascertained, but however
“All options must be looked into to explain why a German Airbus ploughed into an Alpine mountainside on Tuesday but a terrorist attack is not the most likely scenario, Bernard Cazeneuve, the French interior minister, told News agencies.
Mr Cazeneuve confirmed that the black box that was found on Tuesday was the cockpit voice recorder, saying that it had been damaged but could still be used to find information.
Search and rescue operations restarted on Wednesday at the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 smashed into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board.
Helicopters took over from a nearby improvised base, heading for the remote area of the Alps where the plane crashed on Tuesday, spreading debris over a wide area.
There are reports more Germanwings flights will be cancelled today.