The co-pilot of an Archant executive who was killed in a plane crash has also died.
Former RAF pilot Steve Shutt was in the light aircraft with Archant business development director Ian Davies, 49, left, when it collided with a crop-spraying tractor on Seething Airfield, Norfolk, last month.
Mr Shutt, 51, had been in a Cambridge hospital in a critical condition since the crash but has now died of brain injury, reports the Evening Star, Ipswich.
The tractor driver escaped serious injury in the crash and the Air Accidents Investigation Branch is investigating the incident.
The plane had dual controls and it is not yet clear who had control of the plane when it crashed.
An inquest into Mr Shutt’s death was opened and adjourned.