Two men who died when their plane crashed into a remote field are thought to have been RAF pilots.
The pilot and his passenger were killed as the light aircraft crash landed in a field off Mains Lane, between Castle Howard and the A64, in North Yorkshire, at around 10.40am on April 30.
An investigation has been launched by Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) to try and establish the cause of the crash.
Police have not yet named the men.
It is believed the plane landed 200m away from the nearest house and that it was mostly intact.
Roads in the area were closed and members of the public were advised to keep away from the area at the time.
Up to 20 firefighters attended the scene and set up a foam blanket around the aircraft in case it caught fire.