The Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) has on Wednesday recovered a body from the wreckage of plane carrying Emiliano Sala and Pilot David Ibbotson, but are yet to give identity of the body.
This latest news is coming only a few days after AAIB said it spotted an unidentified body close to the wreckage of the plane on the seabed near Guernsey and are doing everything to recover the body.
Although no information has been given as to whose body it is, there is no doubt the body is either that of Sala or the Pilot David, as AAIB rescue operators are doing everything to provide family members with prompt and adequate information.
Sala, 28, had been en route from Nantes in western France on January 21 to make his debut for Premier League team Cardiff City when the plane disappeared over the English Channel.
The wreckage was found on Sunday following a privately-funded underwater search. Two seat cushions were discovered on the French coast that likely belonged to the aircraft.
According to report, the body was “successfully recovered” but attempts to recover the aircraft wreckage were unsuccessful, the AAIB said in a statement on Wednesday. The overall operation was brought to an end due to “poor weather conditions,” the agency said.