Aviation24.be is following a Cessna 551 private jet (registered OE-FGR) that departed from Jerez Airport, Spain destination Cologne, Germany. The
A private Cessna plane crashed off the coast of Latvia on Sunday evening, Sweden's rescue service said, after NATO scrambled jets to follow its erratic course.
Rumours & News - Private aircraft crash in Baltic Sea - https://twitter.com/space_osint/status/1566483353590800384?s=21&t=D9616E7MibZMg0AI2UTQtQ Looks like it went without ATC contact for a significant amount of time, was chased by French and German fighters before finally coming down in a...
The maritime and air rescue center states shortly before 8 pm that the plane disappeared from the radar. – Our helicopter from Visby is on its way to the place where we fear the plane crashed, says Jonas Wahlström at the Maritime and Air Rescue Centre. When the private plane passed the airport...
When the private plane passed the airport in Cologne, air traffic control tried to contact the pilot but received no response. Instead, German fighter aircraft were sent up and then also Danish ones.
None of the pilots could see someone in the cockpit, says the Swedish Maritime and Air Rescue Centre.
According to the Maritime and Air Rescue Centre, there are four passengers on board. The plane is a Cessna C551.
A Cessna 551 Citation II/SP plane, registered OE-FGR, was damaged beyond repair in an accident 37 km NW off Ventspils (Baltic Sea), Latvia. The airplane operated on a flight from Jerez-La Parra Airport (XRY) to Köln/Bonn-Konrad Adenauer Airport (CGN).