Microlight pilot dies after crash with plane on commute to work



A microlight pilot died after his aircraft and a plane collided during his morning commute from his home in Lincolnshire.
Funeral director Stephen Spavins, 46, used the microlight to commute from his home in Surfleet, Lincs, to work in Sandy, Beds.
He was flying at about 3,000 feet when his Kitfox machine and a Cessna light aircraft collided in the skies above Bedfordshire in September 2014.
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The Cessna pilot managed to regain control and land safely, but Mr Spavins plummeted into... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 31
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