Lufthansa announced on Friday that it would pay out initial aid of €50,000 (US$54,000) per passenger who died on the Germanwings Flight 9525 to the families of the victims, but the reality is that Lufthansa could face “unlimited” compensation claims from the families of the 149 victims, and it would be most difficult for Lufthansa to avoid responsibility. The treaty governing deaths and injuries aboard international flights, requires airlines to compensate relatives of victims for proven damages of up to a limit currently set at about US$157,000 – regardless of what caused the crash. But if the company/airline is held

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