The search for Emiliano Sala’s missing plane has been called off due to reports that there is no chance of finding him alive.
In accordance with the Sun UK, It has been confirmed by the Guernsey Police that it is ‘no longer actively searching’ for the missing pair or the light aircraft which vanished over the Channel Islands on Monday.
“We have been unable to find any trace of the aircraft, the pilot or the passenger (Emiliano Sala).
“We reviewed all the information available to use, as well as knowing what emergency equipment was on board, and have taken the difficult decision to end the search.
“The chances of survival at this stage are extremely remote.” Harbour Master Captain David Barker said.
Pilot Mike Tidd also added:
“The area has been very well covered; there is absolutely no chance of finding anybody alive now.
“The only thing we might be able to do would be pinpointing where the aircraft went in but I think the radar trace is going to be the best opportunity of doing that.”
Emiliano Sala was set to be unveiled by Cardiff City as their new £15million signing the next day before the plane carrying him went missing.