Small aircraft with British businessmen disappears in BrazilMay 4th, 2008 - 5:01 am ICT by admin
Rio de Janeiro, May 4 (DPA) A light aircraft carrying four British businessmen has gone missing in Brazil, local media reported Saturday citing aviation authorities. The twin-engine Cessna from the small airline Aero Star disappeared from radar late Friday over the north-eastern state of Bahia, the reports said.
The identities of the passengers has not been announced.
Travelling to the town of Ilheus from Salvador, the plane’s last contact with control authorities had been late Friday evening. The pilots reported no problems, and said they were beginning landing maneuvers.
- 16 killed in Brazil plane crash - Jul 13, 2011
- Brazil plane crash leaves 16 dead - Jul 14, 2011
- Five die in Brazil when elevator crashes - Apr 22, 2012
- Six killed in Venezuelan plane crash - Feb 23, 2011
- JLo, Sharon Stone bring more glitz to Brazil carnival - Feb 20, 2012
- 134 Brazilian prisoners escape in two jailbreaks - Nov 28, 2011
- Drought hits Brazil - May 19, 2012
- Mob kills murder suspect in Brazil - May 16, 2012
- Karachi plane crash apparently due to 'human error', says expert - Nov 06, 2010
- Two killed in small plane crash in US - Feb 22, 2012
- Turkish military plane crashes in Mediterranean - Jun 22, 2012
- Eight die in Brazil plane crash - Aug 03, 2011
- Spanish firm cuts energy deal in Brazil - Sep 14, 2012
- Four killed in Brazil plane crash - Oct 03, 2011
- UK and Chinese nationals among 19 killed in Nepal plane crash - Sep 29, 2012