Plane with Italian fashion executive lost in Venezuela
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A small plane carrying four Italian tourists, including the head of the Missoni fashion business, disappeared off the coast of Venezuela on Friday morning, prompting a sea and air search mission that continued Saturday.
Vittorio Missoni, 58, an owner of the family-run label famed for its zigzag knitwear, and his wife, Maurizia Castiglioni, were aboard the plane, which was missing after takeoff from the island resort of Los Roques, the company confirmed in a statement on Saturday.
Interior minister Nestor Reverol Friday night said the plane, a BN2 Islander, took off from Los Roques at 11:29 am.
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