Two Italian Flying corps planes crashed in mid-air on Tuesday, killing the two pilots during preparing practices northwest of Rome, Italian Head of the state Giorgia Meloni said.
Two Italian Aviation based armed forces planes crashed in mid-air on Tuesday, killing the two pilots during preparing practices northwest of Rome, Italian Top state leader Giorgia Meloni said.
Coursing film of the accident site close to Rome, Italy, where two preparation Flying corps airplanes impacted and the two pilots are apparently killed. #Italypic.twitter.com/Y4sWF1OipS
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The two pilots were ready U-208 preparation airplane and were partaking in a preparation mission, as per a Flying corps public statement.
The reason for the impact was not promptly known.
“We are crushed to catch wind of the passings of two Flying corps pilots during a preparation mishap close to Guidonia,” Ms Meloni said.
The state leader sent her sympathies to the groups of the pilots and to individuals from the Flying corps.
The U-208 is a lightweight, single-motor airplane that can convey up to four travelers, in addition to the pilot, and has a maximum velocity of 285 km (177 mph).