Officials from the Civil Aviation Department and Scientific Crime Detection Centre 1 yesterday inspected the wreckage of a two-seater Diamond DA-42 Twin Star, which crashed in a rice paddy in Pathum Thani’s Sam Khok district on Monday.
Asian Aerospace Services Ltd moved the smashed plane out of the field to a hangar at Don Mueang Airport. The firm will send the aircraft’s flight-data recorder to a company in Germany for analysis.
The two Britons aboard the Bt30-million plane were identified as David Walls, 71, and Nicholas Turner, 54. They were still hospitalised and unable to give any information. Authorities said Walls is a millionaire in the UK and was piloting the plane when it crashed.