A former RAF pilot accused of killing 11 men when his vintage jet crashed on a dual carriageway during the Shoreham Airshow today indicated he would deny manslaughter charges at trial.
Andrew Hill, 54, was performing a loop when his 1955 Hawker Hunter came down on the A27 in August 2015. Eleven men, including motorists and air show fans, died and 13 people were injured.
Hill, who was badly injured when he was thrown free, has been charged with 11 counts of gross negligence, manslaughter and endangering an aircraft.
He indicated not guilty pleas to all charges at Westminster magistrates’ court.