A flight instructor and his pilot student died on Tuesday when a small plane fell 3.5 kilometers from the cemetery of the city of Lozada, 40 kilometers south of this capital, as reported by the Federation of firefighters of Cordoba and the police
Split into two
The plane that split in two, a Cessna C150, registration LV-CZA, fell on Lozada in the field of the Gasparoto family (about 3 kilometers from route C 45, kilometer 52), according to the data of the police. Meanwhile, the Civil Aviation Investigation Board (Jiaac) provided details about his Twitter account.
The plane was of two places and belonged to the South Hangar, from the flying school of the Coronel Olmedo-neighboring airport, in the city of Córdoba.
The instructor was identified as Lucas Parma, 27, of Villa Carlos Paz. Last July he received his certification as an instructor.
The student, for his part, was identified as Agustín Alejandro Joursin, 20 years old.