Two small planes which crashed in mid-air killing five people were about to land, it has been confirmed.
The five people died when a Cessna 402 collided with a Rand KR-2 near Coombe Abbey Country Park near Coventry shortly after 11.30am on Sunday.
The home-made Rand light aircraft was registered to Brian Normington, of Blackdown, near Leamington Spa, it has emerged.
But police investigating the crash have not confirmed whether Mr Normington was piloting the KR-2.
A woman who answered the door at Mr Normington's Warwickshire home today declined to comment.
The body of the KR-2 pilot was recovered on Sunday night, while the bodies of the other four were removed from the wreckage last night.
The two planes were approaching to land at Coventry Airport at the time of the crash, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said earlier.
Air crash investigators were today continuing their work at the crash site in Brinklow, Warwickshire.