Some details about the Missoni small plane crash have emerged. StyleBistro reported the news on Jan. 16. The fashion news site found some pertinent information from WWD that could help determine what may have happened during the crash.
According to WWD, neither of the pilots on flight had licenses. One of the two pilots onboard was 72-year old German Machan. He didn't have the proper license to fly a small plane.
His psychological-physical fitness certificate expired on Nov. 30, 2012. This is the proper license needed to fly a plane. The aircraft was found to have met all of the safety requirements.
The ANSV Italian agency told the Italian newspaper, La Repubblica that the plane was not ready to take flight on Jan. 4. The Italian agency declared that they didn't clear the flight for takeoff to Venezuela.
There is still no evidence as to what happened to the small plane. The search continues for Vittorio Missoni and the rest of the missing passengers.
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