Monday, February 25, 2019
So Sad! Pilot May Not Have Been Qualified To Fly Emiliano Sala
Striker Sala died while flying between Nantes, France, and Cardiff following his £15million move to the Premier League club.
The plane crashed into the English Channel on January 21, sparking an operation to find the wreckage and the remains of the two people on board - with Sala's body identified while Ibbotson is still missing.
A report released by the air accident investigation branch on Monday suggested that Ibbotson might not have had the appropriate licence to fly the plane.
The report also suggested that the single-engine Piper Malibu plane, made in 1984 and had flown 6,636 hours, did not have permission to make the journey.
The report also gave further details of the last moments of Sala and Ibbotson.
It said that the aircraft took off and initially climbed to 5,500 ft. Later, the pilot requested a descent to remain in 'Visual Meteorological Conditions'.
It reads: "The last radio contact with the aircraft was with Jersey Radar at 2012 hrs, when the pilot asked for a further descent.
"The aircraft’s last recorded secondary radar point was at 2016:34 hrs... The wreckage of N264DB was subsequently found on the seabed about 30 metres from the position of the last secondary radar point recorded by the radar at Guernsey."
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