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The News Minute | March 28, 2015 | 07:30 pm IST Imagine a passenger’s feelings travelling on the same airlines that crashed the previous day into the French Alps? The situation was the same for passengers who boarded a Germanwings flight from Hamburg to Cologne the morning after Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed for reasons that had been unknown till then. However, in a Facebook post that has been widely shared, one passenger Britta Englisch has written a heartfelt post explaining the effort the captain of the flight had taken to ensure that passengers felt safe, reported TIME. According to her, the plane might have been the safest airline to fly. However, passengers did have the initial worry which soon subsided after the pilot’s talk. The post, in German , roughly translated narrated how the captain personally welcomed each passenger on to the plane. He then went on to tell them that all the crew on board had been on duty voluntarily . The entire plane soon began applauding after after the pilot reassured that everyone saying that everyone including the crew on board had a family to go home to. â€œHe introduced himself and his crew, talked about how he felt - that some of the crew knew someone on the plane, that he also had a slight uneasy feeling not knowing what happened,” she said according to the report.  Gestern morgen um 8:40 h stieg ich mit gemischten Gefühlen in einen Germanwings Flug von Hamburg nach Köln. Doch dann... Posted by Britta Englisch on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 Tweet Follow @thenewsminute

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