This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest & Miles O'Brien & neuropsychologist Gary Kay@ about Lubitz mental health. [QUEST - says we need to know what happened during his training after 2009; defends the low-cost airlines industry.] [O'BRIEN - explains the hasty training system at low-cost airlines, why Lufthansa created Germanwings: a subsidiary, how regulators have been steam-rolled by the airlines.] [KAY - defends the tracking of pilots with depression.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) The stories of past plane crashes after problems on board the planes that led to new safety standards reviewed; details given about ValuJet Flight 592 in 1996, Air Canada Flight 798 in 1983, SwissAir Flight 111 in 1998, the 2001 9/11 crashes, the 2013 Mozambique plane crashed by the pilot; scenes shown of the crash sites. [Former TSA head John MAGAW@- talks about the cockpit doors.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest & NextGen Aerosciences Bruce Holmes@ about safety changes after crashes; scenes shown of the site of the Flight 9525 crash in France. [QUEST - says changes can have unintended consequences.] [HOLMES - talks about new technologies allowing safer management of planes.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Indianapolis: Miguel Marquez) The debate over language to modify the Indiana Religious Freedom Act discussed; photos shown of protests.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & Arkansas state house Bob Balinger about the bill in Arkansas. [BALINGER - talks about the addition of additional protection for gays, but his bill has other focus.] [TOOBIN - says these laws exist to allow religious people not to serve gays.]
(Dusseldorf, Germany: Will Ripley) A look at the small German town of Montabaur where Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who crashed Flight 9525 into the French Alps, was born & raised presented; scenes shown from the town, including the church with a memorial wall. [Pastor's wife Claudia SEEMANN@- comments on what happened: we have no answers.]