A pilot has described hearing a "distraught" SOS call moments before a plane crashed in West Norfolk.
Businessman Nigel Dodds and friend Val Barnes are believed to have been flying from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to Menorca when the Piper PA-28 came down at Wolferton on the Sandringham Estate.
Mr Dodds, who was 58, was at the controls, alongside his 73-year-old passenger.
Today, Jeff Espenship, a fellow pilot who was travelling from Paris to New York, said he was listening to an emergency frequency during his flight.
Tributes have been paid to both victims, with a friend of Mr Dodds' saying he had previously run a catering equipment business with his brother.
He had also run a business called Alpha Yankee Ltd, offering flights in the 1979-built Piper plane.
British ex-pat and bar owner John Scott said Mr Dodds, who had lived in Cala En Porter in Menorca, was the "kindest man" he had ever met.
Ms Barnes, from Whickham, Tyne and Wear, had previously worked and been a governor at Kelvin Grove Primary School, in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
Head teacher Andy Jones said she would be "sadly missed" and described her as having a "vibrant personality, with a real energy and passion for life".
Residents living in the village of Wolferton, Norfolk, described the weather being "very, very windy" at the time of the crash, but it's not known if this contributed to the accident.