Sussex police have estimated that there were 11 fatalities in the crash, but warned yesterday that the number could rise as it emerged that more than 200 people have contacted the force following Saturday’s crash.
Earlier in the day, Sussex Police’s Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry predicted the death toll from the crash could reach up to 20 people.
As part of the rules, Hawker Hunter aircraft have been banned from the shows, vintage aircraft will no longer be allowed perform stunts and the CAA will carry out a review into the rules.
He is still in a critical condition.
It said: “Two highly-experienced pilots (both with current Civil Aviation Authority display authorisations) regularly displayed the aircraft in question”.
“It’s such a waste”, Ms Grimstone told The Daily Telegraph.
He said: “I have friends involved in the organisation of Shoreham Air Show and have been there several times”. Show organisers today declined to comment in the aftermath of the Shoreham disaster.
The Civil Aviation Authority said that although Britain’s safety standards were among the most stringent in the world, its review would look at whether improvements could be made.
Through police, his family issued a statement expressing their sadness at the loss of life.
Saturday’s is the second deadly accident at the Shoreham Air Show in the last decade.
Mr Abrahams, 76, was on his way to pick up a bride-to-be for her wedding.
Hawker Hunter T mark 7 fighter jet was being piloted by Andy Hill who flies for the British Airways and has also served with the RAF.
“IWM Duxford’s Battle of Britain Anniversary Air Show on 19 and 20 September, will still go ahead”. “It should never have been over that road”, she added. Investigators and emergency services continue to search the scene of the Shoreham Airshow plane crash, police said.
Teams from Kent and Surrey constabularies are also helping with the investigation.
“He was the kindest person you could ever meet, with a great wit”, they said.
The plane’s remains may be taken to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch’s facility in Farnborough, Hampshire, for examination. The wreckage is scheduled to be removed from the site, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) south of London, on Monday.
“Flying displays over land by vintage jet aircraft will be significantly restricted until further notice”.
Mr Barry said: “We are now working on the recovery of the victims who were found at the site, which has now been discovered to extend a little further than the initial 400 yards of the A27 that was first identified”.