After a week of the accident of a jet in which he was traveling Rainer Schaller, partner of Sergio Ramosalong with his family, the aircraft and four of the six victims are still missing, despite the search efforts carried out by the Costa Rican authorities in Caribbean waters.
This Friday marks a week since the private jet with license plate D-IRSG, from Mexico, crashed in the waters of the Costa Rican Caribbean, with five German passengers on board and a Swiss pilot, whose destination was the airport in the Costa Rican province of Limón (Caribbean).
The aircraft disappeared from radar when it was flying near the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, around 6:00 p.m. local time on Friday, October 21 (00:00 GMT on Saturday 22). The Directorate of Civil Aviation of Costa Rica reported that there were no emergency messages from the jet pilot.
The plane’s manifest indicates that the Germans traveling on the plane are the businessman who owns gym chains worldwide, Rainer Schaller, 53 years old; his partner, Christiane Schikorsky, 44, and his two minor children, as well as another German identified as Marcus Kurrek, 40.
Last Saturday, the authorities found in the water some parts of the aircraft, luggage and the bodies of a minor and an adult man, whose identities have not been confirmed.
Four victims of the accident remain missing, as well as most of the jet, since only a few pieces have been found.
The Ministry of Security Costa Rica reported this Friday that the search efforts in the Caribbean Sea continue by the Coast Guard, but that since last day 22 no evidence has been found, more parts of the aircraft, or the other victims.
Aircraft and equipment have been used in the search efforts to search the seabed, but there have been no new findings. In addition, the participation of divers has been ruled out due to the depth of the waters of more than 800 meters and because it is an area that is too large.
The authorities of Panama they are informed of the situation in case the currents carry the remains of the aircraft or the victims to the waters of that country