A corpse is "successfully recovered" from the remains of the aircraft for a little over two weeks ago crashed with the footballer Emiliano Sala and a pilot on board.
It affirms investigators from the british flyhavarikommission, Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), late Wednesday evening, according to Sky News.
In an opinion states that the remote-controlled underwater vehicles, under "challenging circumstances" has pulled the body up out of the water "in the most dignified way possible."
the Body will be brought to the island of Portland in The English Channel. Here it will be examined by a forensic scientist, announces a spokesman for the AAIB.
It remains to be seen whether Emiliano Sala or the pilot.
Flyvraget is located at 63-meter depth of well 33 kilometres from the island of Guernsey's coast.
so Far bjærgningsarbejdet been hampered by bad weather.
the News of the successful rescue comes a day after the british authorities on Tuesday evening tried in vain to remove a corpse from the flyvraget near the shores of The English Channel.
the Plane disappeared the 21. January the argentinian footballer Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson on board.
the Remains of the plane were found on the seabed by the use of sonar in the areas where it was considered most likely that the plane could be.
over the weekend, it managed a eftersøgningsfartøj to locate flyvraget, and on Monday informed the AAIB that investigators had found a corpse.
Emiliano Sala was the 19. January sold from the French to the Nantes to the welsh Premier League club Cardiff for 15 million pounds, equivalent to 127 million dollars.
Sala had signed a three-year agreement with Cardiff, where he never reached to get his debut.