Germanwings Staff Refuse to Fly Forcing Airline to Cancel Flights After Crash

A number of Germanwings staffers are refusing to operate aircraft following the crash of one of the airline's planes Tuesday in the French Alps.
Flight 9525, an Airbus A320 carrying 144 passengers and six crew members from Barcelona to Dusseldorf, crashed 430 miles south-southeast of Paris, killing everyone on board.
Germanwings, which is owned by Lufthansa, announced in a statement late Tuesday that there were "occasional flight disruptions within its route network" after the staff refused to fly.A spokesperson said, "We understand their decision."