More details have emerged on the passengers aboard a Germanwings flight from Barcelona to D�sseldorf that crashed in the French Alps Tuesday. Two babies were on board, said Germanwings, which is owned by Deutsche Lufthansa . Authorities piecing together the crash of Flight 4U 9525 also fear passengers included a group of German schoolchildren making their way home from a foreign-exchange trip. Sky News reported the flight may have been carrying children and two teachers from Joseph-Koening gymnasium in North Rhine Westphalia. A total of 150 passengers were on board, including the two infants, who likely didn't occupy seats.
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