The father of one of the victims of this week's plane crash in the French Alps called Saturday for airlines to take greater care over pilots' welfare. Prosecutors say they believe German co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately slammed the Germanwings aircraft into a mountain, and that he hid an illness from his employers — including a sick note for the day of the crash. Philip Bramley, father of one of the victims said "I believe the airlines should be more transparent and our finest pilots looked after properly" . Germanwings, the Lufthansa subsidiary that Lubitz joined in 2013, declined Saturday to comment when asked whether the company was aware of any health problems he might have had. But it said he had passed all required medical check-ups. Aviation experts say those checks are stringent, but focus mainly on physical health.
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