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    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr explains that during a low workload phase of a flight, pilots can be alone in the cockpit for brief periods.

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    A new book, "Becoming Steve Jobs," is the latest attempt to reveal who the Apple co-founder really was. Why it won't be the last.

  • Lufthansa CEO: Pilot passed all his tests 

    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr says the airline's pilot qualification process is thorough but it will look for ways to improve it after the crash in France.

  • Will unrest in Yemen disrupt financial markets? 

    In a span of 24 hours, oil is back on the rise, gold is higher and stock markets are under pressure. Even though the oil market is awash with crude, there's plenty to worry the market in the Middle East and Yemen now tops the list that includes Iraq and Libya.

  • Lufthansa CEO 'speechless' over deliberate crash 

    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr talks about the background of Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

  • PETA fights for owls on Harry Potter tour 

    Animal activist group PETA claims the treatment of owls showcased in Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is "inadequate."

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    It's the piece of paper that controls your life, but did you know the dollar isn't actually made of paper? What your money is made of, plus other stunning stats.

  • Airbus A320: The airlines' workhorse 

    More than 6,200 Airbus A320 planes are in operation around the world. CNN's Thom Patterson explains the Airbus A320's history and safety record.

  • Are 'low-cost' airlines less safe? 

    Germanwings is Lufthansa's low-cost carrier, the latest in a long string of 'low-cost' airlines that have suffered major crashes in the last year. Does 'low cost' mean less safe? Cristina Alesci breaks down the myths behind the budget carriers.