Temel Kotil, the CEO of Turkish Airlines, is making headlines by recommending marriage as the best way to avoid future murder-suicide plane crashes. The CEO has urged all single pilots to get married and has claimsed that it could stop a Germanwings-type disaster from happening again.
Like the one co-pilot Andreas Lubitz carried out aboard a Germanwings airliner where he locked the door of the cockpit and intentionally brought down the plane.
Lubitz was trying to get married, but according to the New York Post, Goldbach broke up with him the day before the crash, two weeks after informing him that she was pregnant. Lubitz' personal life and emotional turmoil were naturally topics of great interest for people around the world, as they sought to understand how he could commit such a terrible act.
There were many conflicting stories about his love life in the early days after the crash. But according to the New York Post, Goldbach broke up with him the day before the crash, two weeks after informing him that she was pregnant.
He said: "The accident happened after the pilot's girlfriend left him. So my dear friends take into account that we advise our single pilots to get married.
"The tragedy taught us new things and piloting is a very critical task. The lifestyle of pilots - be they men or women - is very important."
Mr Kotil's comments came after it was revealed that investigators into the tragic crash believe the co-pilot of the flight, Andreas Lubitz, intentionally brought down the plane.
According, however, to a survey there is no guaranty of less stress even if you are married. Divorce and family dispute can be reasons for stress even after marriage. As per the survey, the percentage of divorce for people related to dance is 43%, 39% of bartenders face divorce. The percentage is comparatively less in athletes with 28%; only 10.4 % of pilots face divorce.