'Financial interest' led to doomed Sala flight
Daily Mirror|October 20, 2021
A PILOT on trial over the fatal plane crash that killed Argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala organised the flight out of "financial interest”, a jury heard.
ADAM ASPINALL

Cardiff Crown Court was told David Henderson, 67, had hired David Ibbotson to fly Sala, who had just signed for Cardiff, from Nantes in France to Wales, despite knowing Ibbotson was not properly qualified.

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