Emilian Saly's search does not stop on the La Manche Canal. But while ships are passing around, other news comes from other sectors. This time, the British press revealed the chilling details of the pilot who led the Argentine forward:the plane crashed in 1995.
According to the publication in The Sun, David Ibbotson He had an accident with Piper Cherokee, the usual training plane, to reduce the chassis. The incident did not record any deaths.
In the same way that he has already shown that the pilot has no license for commercial flights, he states that the name Ibbotson does not appear in the Register of the British Air Accident Department (AAIB), but he assures that it was the same person who flew to the plane where Emiliano Sala is going,
Ibbotson's passion was airplane, he was a DJ and also worked as a plumber. So much so that one of his friends said The Sun medium: "I always thought I was a better plumber than the pilot."
Ibbotson has advertised his Facebook flight as a "alternative work", and he has had outstanding debts of more than £ 18,000.
A 59-year-old sponsored his gas and gas business and asked his friends and contacts in the social media to search their website to increase their Google ranking before the time of the tragedy. In addition, he endured four pending court rulings at the time of the accident.
According to The Sun Ibbotson also did part-time work, after having recorded thousands of hours of less demanding parachute training to jump in. One of his friends said, "We never really considered him a pilot, he was just a man in charge when the paratroopers fell."
Before the plane disappeared with a 28-year-old Argentine striker, he told his friends on Facebook that he did not feel well that he was "rusty".