2021 Milan airplane crash
|Date||3 October 2021|
|Site||San Donato Milanese |
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|Aircraft type||Pilatus PC-12|
|Flight origin||Linate Airport, Milan|
|Destination||Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport, Sardinia|
On 3 October 2021 a Romanian private plane crashed into a building in San Donato Milanese, Lombardy, Italy. All eight occupants of the aircraft were killed.
At 13:03 CEST on 3 October 2021, a small private plane carrying two crew and six passengers, departed Milan's Linate Airport destined for Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport on Sardinia. At 13:12, it crashed into a building near San Donato station in San Donato Milanese, Metropolitan City of Milan, Lombardy, killing all eight occupants.
The eight victims were identified as a Romanian businessman, his son (both also held the German citizenship) and his wife; an Italian man, his one-year-old son, his French wife, and his French-Romanian mother-in-law; and a Canadian man, who was a friend of the two families.
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