A father-of-three hung himself in the woods days after being suspended from work, an inquest has heard. Pilot Nick Jefferies, who had previously given flying lessons to One Direction star Harry Styles, was killed when his plane ‘fell out of the sky,’ an inquest has heard. Plane crash which killed Harry Styles’ flying instructor and a family friend was a tragic accident says inquest jury Pilot Nick Jefferies, 54, gave flying lessons to Styles after he dated his daughter Mr Jefferies and Scott Penlington, 25, were killed instantly in crash in … ... An inquest heard today how a … Jefferies offers a full range of investment banking, equities, fixed income, asset and wealth management … Nick Jefferies, aged 54, who was an experienced pilot, and his son’s friend Scott Penlington, 25, from Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, died in the crash at Cwm Bach, on September 18, 2016. Nick Jefferies gave lessons to the One Direction star while he was going out with his daughter Emilie in the same plane that crashed. Jefferies is a diversified financial services company engaged in investment banking and capital markets, asset management and direct investing. Pilot Nick Jefferies, who gave lessons to the star while he was going out with his daughter, died instantly in the horror. The inquest, expected to last three days, continues. Nick Jefferies, who was 54, and Scott Penlington, aged 25, died at the site where the plane crashed at Cwmbach, near Builth Wells, on September 18, 2016. Gareth Alun Jefferies, 41, was found by … Jefferies Group. An inquest was opened into the pair's deaths last year. Pilot Nick Jefferies, who gave lessons to the star while he was going out with his daughter, ... An inquest heard today how a report into the accident was … Jefferies, well-known and well-liked in the paddock, was the British Superstock champion twice in the last three years and enjoyed continuing his family's tradition in the annual TT. image caption Scott Penlington and Nick Jefferies were from Holmes Chapel in Cheshire A plane crash that killed a flying instructor and his son's friend was accidental, an inquest has concluded. CAPTION(S): Scott Penlington Nick Jefferies with pop star Harry Styles and the plane that crashed COPYRIGHT 2018 MGN Ltd. No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder. AN inquest has concluded a plane crash that killed a pilot and his son’s friend was an accident. An inquest into the death of a Baildon race champion killed in practices at the Isle of Man TT races has heard he skidded on oil. Pilot Nick Jefferies, 54, and Scott Penlington, 25, were flying 2,5000ft from an airfield in Cheshire to Swansea when witnesses saw the plan 'spinning.'