150 feared dead in Airbus crash; 2 Japanese on passenger list

150 feared dead in Airbus crash; 2 Japanese on passenger list

BRUSSELS/BERLIN - An Airbus operated by Lufthansa's Germanwings low-cost airline crashed on Tuesday in southeastern France, en route from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, Germany, with two Japanese believed to have been among the 150 people aboard the plane.

In Tokyo on Wednesday, the Japanese government said a passenger list for the Airbus A320 flight included Satoshi Nagata, in his 60s, and Junichi Sato, 42, both residents of Duesseldorf.

No survivors have yet been confirmed.

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