The household of lacking pilot David Ibbotson have stated they do not need him left “on the market on his personal”.
Mr Ibbotson, from Crowle, Lincolnshire, was flying Cardiff Metropolis’s Emiliano Sala from Nantes to the UK when their airplane crashed close to Guernsey on 21 January.
The footballer’s physique was recovered from the wreck on the seabed, however Mr Ibbotson’s physique has not been discovered.
An inquest into the dying of Sala will open at Bournemouth Coroner’s Courtroom at 13:30 GMT.
A fundraising attraction to fund an underwater seek for the pilot has seen about £150,000 donated.
Mr Ibbotson’s daughter Danielle instructed ITV’s Good Morning Britain she repeatedly rang his cell phone when instructed by police the plane was lacking.
“He was superb, I used to be so fortunate to have him as a dad. I do know it would take a very long time however I do not need this to only be it,” she stated.
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Ms Ibbotson stated she needed a search crew to “simply to go down and have a final look, a correct look”.
The pilot’s spouse Nora added: “We’re nonetheless holding on a little bit bit. Clearly we do know he is gone however we wish him again.
“We won’t depart him on the market on his personal.”
France and Paris St-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe has donated £27,000 to the attraction to seek out Mr Ibbotson’s physique.
The sunshine plane was en path to Cardiff when it crashed two days after Argentine striker Sala’s £15m switch was introduced.
An preliminary seek for the lacking footballer and Mr Ibbotson was referred to as off on 24 January.
Nonetheless, following requires it to proceed from stars together with Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona, a non-public search funded by on-line donations was launched.
It led to the invention of the Piper PA-46 Malibu plane and a physique, formally recognized as Sala.
The plane stays 220ft (67m) below water, 21 miles (34km) off Guernsey within the English Channel.