Paul Bramley
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Alps air crash victim's father calls for pilot health changes

The father of a Hull man who died in the Alps air crash has called for changes to the way mental health problems of airline pilots are reported.

Philip Bramley's 28-year-old son Paul Bramley died in March after Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz crashed his plane deliberately, killing all 150 people on board

Mr Bramley spoke to BBC Look North's Peter Levy after returning from a briefing for the victims' families on the progress of the investigation by French prosecutors.

Warning: The video contains descriptions of the plane crash and its aftermath that some people may find upsetting.

  • 12 Jun 2015