The lost airplane in Croatia was found by drones

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An airplane heading from the Croatian city of Split to the German Laichingen disappeared on 29 May. The Cessna 182 plane took off in the early hours of the 29th of May and disappeared from the radars at 11:25 above Rakovica.

According to the Croatian authorities, the pilot of the plane was a Swiss national, and beside the pilot, the plane carried two German and one Croatian passenger.

The Croatian authorities carried out their search and rescue mission with the help of drones and found the remains of the airplane. Unfortunately, the authorities confirmed that there were no survivors and the circumstances of the tragedy remain unknown.


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