Plane that crashed into the Baltic Sea belonged to a German businessman

The private jet that crashed off the coast of Latvia into the Baltic Sea belonged to German businessman Georg Grisemann.

A spokesman for his Cologne-based charter company Quick Air writes “European truthquoting Reuters, said:

“I can confirm that it was the private jet of our owner Georg Grisemann.”

He did not confirm the report of the Cologne newspaper “Express” that Grisemann was a pilot, and he was accompanied by three people – his wife, daughter and her boyfriend. The cause of the accident is currently unknown.

Sunday night to the place accidents a passenger ferry and planes from several countries departed to assist in the rescue operation. Debris and an oil-like slick were seen near the crash site. The passengers were not found.

Grisemann was a fairly prominent figure in Cologne, the largest city in western Germany.

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