The small plane that fell in Goiânia, at the fourth fair (22), and left two dead people, does not have authorization to carry out the air taxi service. The information was disclosed by the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac).
The remains of the twin-engine plane were over houses in the neighborhood of Vila Mutirão I, in Goiânia (GO). Six people were inside the aircraft; two morreram and four ficaram wounds.
According to information from the Corpo de Bombeiros, one of the patients was discharged at this fifth fair (23) and the other three are still hospitalized.
Agents from the Center for Investigation and Prevention of Aeronautical Accidents (Cenipa) are investigating the causes of the accident.
The plane that crashed was an Embraer model EMB-810D prefix PT-VQV. The turboprop aircraft with two engines has the capacity for six people, including two crew members.
According to the Brazilian Aeronautical Registry, of the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the damaged aircraft belongs to the company Rodrigues e Rocha Holding Empreendimentos Patrimoniais Ltda and was manufactured in 1993. CNN I looked for the company, but I still didn’t get a return.
Source: CNN Espanol