Full coverage: Airbus A320 crashes in southern France
Investigators have been forced to resume the recovery operation in the French Alps on foot as bad weather kept helicopters grounded on Monday.
Authorities are hoping to gather DNA evidence to help identify more of the 150 people who died in Tuesday's crash. They are also hoping to locate the plane's second black box.
Airline officials from Germanwings and its parent company Lufthansa have announced the creation of an assistance center for the families of the victims. The relatives of two Australian victims will visit the crash site on Monday to pay their final respects.