Emiliano Sala’s chilling last words revealed in a recording

The pilot of the plane, taking Emiliano Sala to Cardiff, Wales, explains to his friends that the plane was “dodgy” before the flight, that he should return to the hangar and specifies that he “will wear his vest rescue” during the trip.

For her part, Sala expresses her concerns. “I’m on a plane that looks like it’s falling apart. […] I don’t know if someone is going to send someone to get me, but know that they won’t find me”. He concludes: “Dad, what am I afraid of…”.

The small private plane on board which the 28-year-old Argentinian player and pilot David Ibbotson were traveling crashed in the English Channel on January 21, 2019. The FC Nantes striker joined the Cardiff City club, where he had just been transferred for 17 million euros.

In its final report published in March 2020, the British Air Accidents Investigation Bureau (AAIB) estimated that the pilot lost control of the aircraft during a maneuver carried out at too high a speed, “probably” intended to avoid bad weather in order to be able to fly on sight.

The aircraft, a Piper PA-46 Malibu, broke up in flight because this maneuver was performed at excessive speed. Investigators also believe that the pilot was “probably” poisoned by carbon monoxide from the engine exhaust system.

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