It is feared a 1968 Cessna 310N (N5030Q) has ditched in the North Atlantic about 50 miles from Keflavik, Iceland. It was a ferry flight from the USA to Europe. The aircraft had departed Goose Bay, Canada with a stop in Narsarsuaq, Greenland and then on to Iceland. A search is underway. Conditions in the North Atlantic are very harsh and the odds of survival are not good.
FlightAware shows part of the flight outbound from Goose Bay.
The flight outbound from Greenland is not tracked.
Last reported contact was at 16:10 local time Monday.