The search for Emilian Salo does not stop on the English Channel. But as ships go around, new news comes from other sectors. This time, the British press revealed scary details about the pilot that led Argentina to the front:the plane crashed in 1995.
According to the newspaper The Sun, David Ibbotson He had an accident with Piper Cherokee, a regular training aircraft, in order to lower the track. The incident did not record deaths.
The same vehicle, which has already revealed that the pilot had no commercial flights license, states that Ibbotson's name is not in the British Airborne Accident Division (AAIB) register, but he assures that he is the same person flying on the plane where Emiliano Sala went.
Ibbotson's passion was airplanes, like a DJ, and he worked as a plumber. So much so that one of his friends told The Sun media: "I always thought I was a better plumber than a pilot."
Ibbotson has promoted his Facebook page as a kind of "alternative job" and, in addition, had debts of over £ 18,000.
This 59-year-old man sponsored his gas pipeline and gas and asked his friends and social media contacts to search his web site to boost Google's assessment before the tragedy. In addition, he was subjected to four extraordinary judgments of the court at the time of the accident.
According to The Sun, Ibbotson also had half-time work after registering thousands of hours on less demanding travels to drive parachutes to jumping places. One of his acquaintances said, "We never considered him a pilot, he was just a man on the controls when the paratroopers left."
Before the plane disappeared with a 28-year-old Argentine attacker, he told his friends on Facebook that he did not feel well, that he "rustled".