April 13, 2024
Flight planner pleads guilty to Sala plane crash

Flight planner pleads guilty to Sala plane crash

This Monday, 18, Emiliano Sala’s death trial takes place in Cardiff, Wales. Briton David Henderson pleaded guilty to organizing the trip from which the player took off football The Argentine died even without all the licenses. This information is from the Spanish newspaper Diario AS.

Despite this, Henderson maintained that he was innocent of the charge of negligence or endangering the flight.

The plane carrying Sala, piloted by David Ibbotson, was heading from the French city of Nantes to the Welsh capital when it crashed in the English Channel on January 21, 2019. All passengers on board died.

The player’s body was found in the body of the plane two weeks after the accident.. However, the 59-year-old pilot was never found.

In October 2020, during a hearing, Henderson pleaded not guilty to the charges and was released on bail. Additionally, it was discovered that Ibbotson’s license to fly a commercial aircraft expired in November 2018.

Now, Henderson will face a trial that is expected to last 10 days. The jury’s investigation into his death has been postponed until after the trial and is scheduled for February 14, 2022.