Two investigations have been opened on the plane crash on Sunday, October 3 in San Donato on the outskirts of Milan. ANSV, the National Flight Safety Agency, has opened a safety investigation and ordered the dispatch of an investigator to the scene of the accident. Investigators will also participate in the investigation from Romania, Switzerland and Canada, namely the countries of registration of the crashed plane, of the construction of the aircraft and of the construction of the engine. The Milan prosecutor is investigating for a plane crash. We study the videos of the surveillance cameras of the ATM car park near the subway stop, as well as some videos made by passers-by and near the car park on which the impact occurred. Investigators also seized radio conversations with the Linate control tower.
In addition to the early south-west turn, justified as “little deviation”, we try to understand a small deviation from the flight plan, perhaps due to bad weather, if, a few seconds later, Petrescu asked for a “carrier”, or rather a procedure for returning Linate private planes to the runway, a complicated maneuver. The mayday never took place and precisely this element makes one doubt the hypothesis of the failure: in the event of a burning engine or other technical problems, the first thing that a driver, even inexperienced, does is to make sure the track is clear for re-entry. : did not happen.
In the crash, the Petrescu family (a nucleus extended to his co-pilot wife Regina Dorothea Petrescu Balzat, his son Dan Stefan Petrescu and his partner, the Quebec lawyer Julien Brossard) and the friends with whom they had arrived in Milan on 30 September to celebrate the baptism of Raphael Nascimbene: parents Filippo and Claire Stephanie Caroline Alexandrescou and grandmother Miruna Anca Wanda Lozinschi. From the few data available so far, it seems that the solid Pratt & Witney engine mounted on the Pilatus has stalled, probably due to an incorrect maneuver by the pilot. The plane arrived in Milan on Thursday from Romania. In the Milanese airport there are no maintenance or refueling of kerosene.