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Tributes have been paid to a businessman and his wife from Derbyshire killed in a plane crash.
Carl Whiteley's Cessna ditched into the sea just north of France.
Air investigators say it is too early to determine what caused the accident.
Friends and colleagues of the couple say they will be 'sorely missed.'
Charlotte Grant reports.
Brett Hannon, Managing Director of Belmont Regency Group Ltd. in Derby speaks to ITV about the loss of his friend and business partner Carl Whiteley, and his wife Kathryn.
The couple died when the light aircraft they were flying in crashed off the Channel Islands yesterday.
A couple from Derby have died after the light aircraft they were travelling in crashed off the Channel Islands.The Cessna plane came down in St Ouen's Bay just after 10.30 this morning. Carl Whiteley who owns the plane was the pilot - with his wife Kathryn also on-board.
Carl Whiteley and his wife Kathryn have been named as the two people who died when their Cessna Crusader aircraft crashed off the coast of the Channel Islands earlier today.
A plane owned by a man from Derby has crashed off the Channel Islands. It's not known if Carl Whiteley was on-board.
Emergency services were called out around 10:30 this morning.
Steve Hardy reports from Perranporth airfield where the plane was registered.
The plane which ditched off the coast of the Channel Islands set off from Perranporth airfield on August 24 and was due to return here today. It had been kept here for several years.
A plane owned by a businessman from Derby has crashed in St Ouen’s Bay in Jersey. The two people on board have been pronounced dead.
The plane is a Cessna Crusader, believed to be registered to Perranporth in Cornwall.
Emergency services were called to the scene at 10:30 this morning.