After a crucial recovery of the body of Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala and David Ibbotson, the pilot of the plane which crashed, from the wreckage of the flight, Air Accidents Investigation Branch told the specialist contractors joined the operation in “challenging conditions”. It told, the investigations completed “as dignified a way as possible ” and the family of the men was kept updated throughout the occurrences.
The wreckage of the plane, which disappeared two weeks ago over the English Channel, had been missing for a certain period.
The 28 years old Argentine striker made a quick trip back to his previous club Nantes after the announcement of £15m transference to Cardiff through the EN route Piper Malibu N264DB from France to Cardiff. Mr. Ibbotson belongs from Crowle, in North Lincolnshire was at the responsible designation while the flight lost all the way of communication with the air traffic controllers on 21st January.
The body which was recovered from the wreckage has been sent to the Isle of Portland to be passed to the Dorset corner. Any kind of details concerning the identification of the body has not been released. An official search was ended on 24th January after the saying of harbor master Guernsey, that the chances of survival were “extremely remote”.
However, the wreckage was found through a privately sponsored operation led by marine scientist and oceanographer David Mearns.
He called the AAIB after using sonar and a sinking device equipped with cameras for getting confirmation about the plane.