Two men killed in a microlight crash on a mountain range have been named by police.
Alan McCaskie, 63, from Broughty Ferry in Dundee and David Martin, 61, from Kinghorn in Fife died on Saturday when their aircraft went down near the summit of Ben More in Crianlarich, Stirlingshire. The Munro reaches 3,851ft in height.
Mr Martin had been flying for 12 years and was a member of Scottish Aero Club. Passenger Mr McCaskie joined the club last year and he was working towards his pilot's licence.
Police said they had found no suspicious circumstances and that the collision is now being investigated by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
Mr Martin had served as both club and membership secretary of the Scottish Aero Club.
The club has postponed this year's AGM out of respect for the families of the two men.
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