The head of low-budget airline Germanwings said there were 144 passengers and six crew on the aircraft that crashed in the French Alps Tuesday, adjusting an earlier toll.
French aviation authorities had earlier said there were 142 passengers and six flight personnel on board and that all were dead.
"In light of the information available at the present time we cannot say whether there are survivors or how many there might be," Germanwings chief executive, Oliver Wagner, said in a brief statement on German television.
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