One of the four passengers killed in yesterday's air crash at Malaga airport was making his way to Palma. Mohamed Mohamed Uassani, aged 46, was due to have caught the late night ferry from Melilla on Tuesday night, but decided to catch the early morning Binter Mediterraneo flight in order to spend an extra night with his wife and children. Mohamed Uassani had been in Melilla to attend a family wedding before flying back to Palma. Mohammed Uassani and three other people died when the Spanish passenger plane crash-landed on a highway as it approached Malaga airport, crushing rows of seats and trapping people in the debris, officials said. Twenty-six people were injured when the turbo-prop plane came down on the road, about 50 metres (yards) short of the runway. The plane, which was full with 44 passengers and three crew on board, was approaching the airport from Spain's North African enclave of Melilla, the airline said in a statement.