Search and rescue operations for the aircraft – a single turbine Piper Malibu that disappeared from radar near the Channel Islands just before. 8.30 local time (3:30 pm ET) Monday – resumed Wednesday.
Kl. 9.30 local time (4.30 ET) On Wednesday, the Guernsey police on Twitter said that the search was conducted based on four options: that the pilot landed elsewhere but did not contact them that they were picked up by a passing ship, rescue option or plane bread up on contact with the water.
"Our search area is prioritized on the liferaft," said the tweet.
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Earlier on Wednesday, Guernsey police said two aircraft would seek a targeted area they believed based on the tide and weather history since the flight went off, had the highest probability of finding something.
The plane requested disembarkation by passing Guernsey, but lost contact with air traffic control while flying at 2,300 feet. 1
When they were searched for the evening of Tuesday, the authorities had warned that they did not expect to find any survivors.
The Guernsey police said on Twitter that they had found "no signs" by them on board and added: "If they landed on water, the chances of survival at this stage are unfortunately slim."
Captain. David Barker, Harbormaster of the state of Guernsey, told reporters on Tuesday that there were no emergency calls and said, "It was simply lost from radar and from communication."
& I was in shock & # 39;
Sala's father, Horacio, said he was in shock when he waited for news of his missing son.
Speaking to CNN and Espanyol on Tuesday, Sala's father said no official had been in contact with him.
"No one has called me, no one has contacted us," he said, revealing that the last time he had spoken to his son was Sunday.
"He was fine, he was happy for his next step … move on … a bigger club and he could play the Premier League." He was very pleased, "he said." We cannot explain this. "
The Welsh club Cardiff City said Tuesday that it would" continue to ask for positive news. "
A star season
Sala, who agreed a three-year deal with the Welsh club on Saturday, had scored 12 league goals for Nantes this season.
The Argentine would probably have been available to make his debut to Cardiff, who is in the relegation zone, who has been struggling to score goals during his return to the English top flight in next week's Premier League match in Arsenal.
Sala scored 42 goals for Nantes since joining Bordeaux in 2015 and particularly impressed this season.
In his latest tweet Monday, just before he was to fly, Sala sent a picture of himself with the Nantes FC team and the caption: " the last goodbye. "