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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by dmmoore View Post
    my condolences to all involved.
    Rip
    +1

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  • Alessandro
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    Seem like the other person whom lost his life was a 25-year old Swede, I doubt itīs Mr Johan Lundgren since then he wouldīve been 14 when he started A.net and emigrated at 19 according to Swedish press (no names mentioned but that the 2nd victim emigrated to
    the UK in 2002).
    Martin Schaedel is his name, the 2nd victim, may his soul rest in peace.

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  • rohank4284
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    Very, very sad, indeed. May he rest in peace.

    Rohan

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  • B757300
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    I was gone from A.net before DM took over so I never had the opportunity to interact with Mr. Emanuele, but it is still a sad day for aviation photographers.

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  • Cargo Runner
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    Originally posted by DAL767-400ER View Post
    Thanks, I did look for it but could not find a thread which I thought was strange.

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Please refer to this thread:
    http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=46344

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  • Cargo Runner
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    GM of Airliners.net dies in plane crash at SMO

    My son just rushed in and told me about this story -

    It is with the deepest sorrow that we let you know Paulo Emanuele, General Manager of Airliners.net died this evening in a tragic plane crash. His plane took off out of Santa Monica Airport around 5:00 PM and lost power. Paulo attempted to return to the airport, but did not make it. Paulo loved Airliners and everything it stands for.
    He will be remembered for his passion, his kindness, and his love for life.
    Paulo was an amazing pilot, an amazing photographer, an amazing friend, and an amazing father. He will be deeply missed.
    Thank you Paulo for the time we had with you...We know you will be smiling down on us.
    I know some of the people here also look on the al.net but at sad times like this, it doesn't matter who we work for, an aviation accident affects us all and something none of us ever want to see. I personally did not know of him but I would like to pass my condolences onto his loved ones

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  • Crunk415balla
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    Originally posted by Alessandro View Post
    What a shame, I certainly hope it wonīt affect the online community too much.
    On A.net I'm sure it will.

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  • Alessandro
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    What a shame, I certainly hope it wonīt affect the online community too much.
    May his soul find rest.

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  • Crunk415balla
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    Originally posted by HalcyonDays View Post
    I don't think he was loving it in his last few seconds......
    You sure about that? Its obvious he meant he died flying which he loved in general. Very sad to hear about anyone dying in crashes. RIP.

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  • HalcyonDays
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    Originally posted by Airfoilsguy View Post
    He died doing something he loved, that's the way I would want to go.
    I don't think he was loving it in his last few seconds......

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  • Dmmoore
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    My condolences to all involved.
    RIP

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  • Airfoilsguy
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    He died doing something he loved, that's the way I would want to go.

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  • mzk49o1
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    That's incredibly sad.

    May he RIP.

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  • arjenp
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    Originally posted by Chris Kilroy View Post
    In times like these, the "rivalry" that exists between the two sites is certainly moved to the sidelines.

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    Absolutly, we are all doing what we like the most, aviation.
    My condolences to his family and friends.

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