The 28-year-old was on his option to his new membership, Cardiff Metropolis FC, on the night of 21 January when Jersey air site visitors controllers misplaced contact with the single-engine airplane.
A search and rescue operation was referred to as off after three days. However a personal group, working alongside the Air Accidents Investigation Department, positioned the wreckage earlier this month.
Mr Sala’s physique was recovered final week and brought to Dorset.
Through the opening of the inquest at Bournemouth city corridor, appearing senior coroner for Dorset, Brendan Allen, was informed that Mr Sala was recognized by his fingerprints.
A autopsy examination was carried out in Bournemouth by House Workplace forensic pathologist Dr Basil Purdue.
Mr Sala’s pilot, David Ibbotson, has not been discovered.