TRUCKEE, Calif. (AP) — Air rescue crews are looking Northern California mountains for a single-engine aircraft reported lacking almost every week in the past after it did not land as scheduled.
The Socata TB-20 with two individuals aboard left the Truckee-Tahoe Airport close to the Nevada border April 17.
It was anticipated to land about one hundred eighty miles away on the Petaluma Municipal Airport north of San Francisco.
Relations reported the 4-seat aircraft lacking and a search was began by the Civil Air Patrol, the all-volunteer civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Pressure.
Maj. Kathy Johnson stated Sunday that groups in three planes and on the bottom are scouring a area 18 miles northwest of Truckee. Officers zoned in on that space by way of radar monitoring and cellphone forensics.
Climate hampered aerial operations through the week, however air and floor searches resumed Friday.