Authorities have recovered a body from the seabed wreckage of a plane that was carrying footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot. They were the only two people onboard the small aircraft that disappeared from radar over the English Channel last month.
The Cardiff City striker and the pilot were aboard a plane which disappeared over the English Channel on January 21 and it was revealed on Sunday - nearly two weeks after they were declared missing - that the wreckage had been found on the seabed.
A body has been recovered from the site of Sala's plane wreckage.
The AAIB said one of the occupants was visible amid the remains of the plane and have now confirmed that a recovery has been successful.
"In challenging conditions, the AAIB and its specialist contractors successfully recovered the body previously seen amidst the wreckage".
The body is being taken to the Isle of Portland on the South Coast of England, according to the Mirror, where it will be passed on to a coroner for an examination.
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"The weather forecast is poor for the foreseeable future and so the hard decision was taken to bring the overall operation to a close", the statement added.
It was carried out in "as dignified a way as possible" and the men's families were kept updated throughout, it said.
The AAIB also confirmed attempts to recover the wreckage were abandoned due to bad weather conditions, and their recovery mission was now over.
Investigators have not been able to recover the aircraft which was flying from Nantes to Cardiff after Sala transferred from the French city's team to the Welsh capital's Premier League club.
Although Nantes were entitled to the first instalment of Sala's fee by now, Cardiff have been left surprised by the demand given the circumstances and the timing.