4 February, 2019 08:31 AM
After to be updated on February 04, 2019 08:50 AM
One of the missing aircraft holders of the Argentine football Emiliano Sala and the David Ibbotson pilot are the residue of the flamenco found at the weekend at the bottom of the English Channel.
The Air Accident Investigation Branch reported on Monday that does not even know who the person is and who is studying the next steps to follow.
The plane disappeared on January 21 when it crossed Channel Channel, traveling from France to the United Kingdom.
"The remains of the aircraft that transported Emiliano Sala were located and was piloted by David Ibbotson this morning by FPV MORVEN (ship)," David Mearns, the leader of the private mission to search the plane, was posted on counted on Twitter on Sunday.
"The police have informed the families of Emiliano Sala and David Ibbotson," Mearns continued in another tweet.
The researcher also said that the Air Accident Investigation Branch, the entity responsible for the investigations in these cases in the United Kingdom, will announce a statement on Monday.
"This is our thoughts only with the families and friends of Emiliano and David," ends Mearns.
AAIB teams have already moved to places to restore the aircraft.
Mearns has been co-ordinating a private search operation, launched thanks to the $ 420,000 raised in an online collection.
Working alongside the AAIB, his ship and another ship, Geo Ocean III, had launched a search in an area of four miles this sea in the area to the north of Guernsey.
Sala was an idle in Nantes, who scored over 40 goals since joining the team in 2015
The AAIB ship remains in the spot where the plane, Piper Malibu's model, was used to use a underwater search vehicle.
The previous official searches had stopped more than a week ago because they thought there was little chance that the passengers would survive.
The plane disappears when it was transferred to the English Channel
Emiliano Sala played for the Nantes France club. His trip was because he had been hired by the United Kingdom in Cardiff, which had been the club's expensive signs, and moved to join the ranks of his new team.
After the aircraft disappeared a sound that was attributed to the football player was circulated.
"I'm getting up here on the plane that looks like it is about to end, I'll leave to Cardiff in the morning to start training on the new team, to see what & #, # #, #, #, #, #, #, #, #,,, Said the recording.