Student pilot makes emergency landing on BHS aircraft BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A British Airways pilot who left the runway before crashing has been identified as the pilot who brought down a BHS aircraft. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/british-airlines-pilot-makes-emergency-landing-on-bhs-aircraft-28782348.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article28782347.ece/1f39a/AUTOCROP/h342/PANews%20BT_P-c3c9dcee-b0f5-49e5-b0b8-074e9f6fa929_I1.jpg
A British Airways pilot who left the runway before crashing has been identified as the pilot who brought down a BHS aircraft.
Mark Williams, 60, appeared in court on Wednesday morning on suspicion of causing death by careless driving following the fatal crash during a flight from Aberdeen to Edinburgh on Tuesday night.
The plane landed safely at about 11.00pm last night, but it has since been grounded by the Aviation Safety Authority (ASA) as a «stern action».
No-one else has been involved.
Officers were called to a BHS flight on the runway at the Aberdeen International Airport at around 11:40pm.
The aircraft had landed at 7.35am and the pilot had made the emergency landing on the runway before his seat hit the metal pole separating the runway from the aircraft cabin.
There was no evidence of any injuries in the runway incident and the aircraft went into a spin before flying up in flames.
He was arrested when firefighters arrived and taken to hospital.
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«We have contacted local police and ASA who are currently investigating. We remain in close contact with everyone affected, who have requested privacy at this very difficult time.»
A spokesman for the Aviation Safety Authority of Northern Ireland said the pilot «left the runway before the accident occurred and was not aware of the collision».