CA CA - Jason Glazier, 52 & Edmond Haronian, 50, Catalina Island, 28 May 2016

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  1. los2188

    los2188 North Carolina Tar Heels..your NCCA Champs!!

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    Huge Reward Offered For Information Leading To Missing Student Pilot
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    Edmond Haronian

    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2016...g-to-missing-student-pilot-flight-instructor/

    http://abc7.com/news/pilot-single-engine-plane-missing-from-catalina-island/1362997/
     
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    Wolf Dreamer New Member

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    mrsobrien Active Member

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    Hmm... they made it to Catalina, but not back to Van Nuys? How far is that? I don't have map access at the moment, but I think this would be a quick trip!
     
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    Very quick I would think! About 55 miles between the two.
     

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    Disappeared off the coast of Catalina makes it sound like they crashed.

    Is the large reward because the family thinks something more than an accident happened or do they just want as many people as possible out there looking?
     
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    For some reason I cannot read the MSM links at present, at someone else's house. But what I did read says they flew to Catalina last Saturday May 28. Then they were to return to Van Nuys Monday May 30. I could not tell if it has been verified that the plane took off Monday or whether Mr. Haronian never showed up to fly back. If it is a known crash, authorities are usually on top of it. Small planes are harder to find. I will try to check the MSM articles later.
     
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    My 17 year old son has about 250 hrs flying, but never in those conditions. When he was a student pilot, his instructors would often cancel in those conditions. My DH is a commercial pilot and flies in that weather frequently, but he won't take our plane up in it. We have a plane similar in size to the one shown, except a low wing, and I don't think anything on or in it would float if it went down in the water. I'm guessing they didn't file a flight plan for such a short trip, and didn't have electronics that would emit a beacon. (I cannot remember what it's called).
    I still hope they are found for their families sake. I'm sure sonar would be used if possible along the coast.
     
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    Student Pilot and Flight Instructor Missing After Plane Disappears: 'It's Unbelievable That a Plane Just Goes Missing in Thin Air,' Student's Son Says
    http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,21011931,00.html
     
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