The pilot running the plane traveling Sala did not have a license




The pilot of a small plane that disappeared in the Strait of La Manche and where the newly-acquired attacker from Cardiff was traveling, Emiliano Sala, was not authorized to carry paid passengers.

This very important detail is revealed by the British daily "The Sun".

Searches for missed airplane kicking off striker Emiliano Sala are closed without results, the player and the pilot remain missing. 

Always according to the newspaper, 59-year-old David Ibbotson had no private pilot license, referring to the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) registry.

With the type of permit he owned, he could not carry paid passengers.

To have this license, you need to spend hours on the flight experience.

"We can not confirm what kind of license was taken by David Ibbotson, these details will be examined in the context of a forthcoming accident investigation," said the British Aviation Authority.

The player has disappeared on Monday shaking the world of football.

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