A statement released by the Civil Aviation Authority on Monday said it had ordered that flying displays by vintage aircraft “will be significantly restricted until further notice”.
The jet’s pilot, Andrew Hill, was left fighting for his life after the crash, and has now been moved to a specialist hospital for treatment.
Emergency services on the A27 at Shoreham in West Sussex.
The investigation into what caused the plane crash at the Shoreham Airshow “will probably take a couple of years at least”, an aviation expert has said.
Police had previously confirmed in that seven people had died, yet noted in that they were still receiving calls from relatives who had not heard from their loved ones.
The vintage Hawker Hunter single-seat fighter jet was attempting a loop manoeuvre, but the plane reportedly failed to pull out.
To discuss this latest tragic event and the future of air shows on This Morning, were Aviation Safety Investigator, David Gleave and Neil McCarthy, a friend of Andy Hill and former display pilot.
A Hawker Hunter crashed into the A27 during a performance at the Shoreham Air Show on Saturday.
Following the accident we immediately began an urgent review and have, today, announced a series of immediate restrictions and changes to UK civil air displays.
The Clacton two-day event is organised by Tendring Council and communications manager Nigel Brown said it has been a hard decision to make on exactly how to pay tribute.
Worthing United footballers Matthew Grimstone and Jacob Schilt, both 23, who were on their way to play a game were killed, along with personal trainer Matt Jones, 24, and wedding limousine driver Maurice Abrahams, 76.
– Reuters pic, August 25, 2015.The final death toll from a jet crash at a British airshow could rise to 20 but the lifting of the plane has revealed no evidence of further victims, police said Monday. The displays will be limited to flybys and it says “high energy” aerobatics won’t be permitted.
“Incidents of this kind are thankfully very rare and safety is, of course, always our primary objective”.
CLACTON Airshow will go ahead as planned this week.
Police investigating the Shoreham crash yesterday warned the death toll from the crash could rise to 20 once all the wreckage has been cleared.
The RAA added: “The air show itself has to meet rigorous safety standards that are laid down by the CAA, who review these on an ongoing basis”.