According to The Sun, Miami Traffic Control lost contact with the aircraft that was carrying the CEO of NY event management firm Skylight Group, 40-year-old Jennifer Blumin, her two sons and their pilot, 52-year-old Nathan Ulrich, at 2:10pm local time on Monday.
The Coast Guard said it recovered debris and parts of an MU-2B aircraft - the plane type the group was traveling in - 15 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas, during the search.
On board were Jennifer Blumin, 40, who headed up event management firm Skylight Group, her boyfriend, 52-year-old pilot Nathan Ulrich, as well as Ms Blumin's four-year-old son Phineas and two-year-old son Theodore. I keep hoping it's not real and I'll wake up. According to the Coast Guard, there was no "significant adverse weather" at the time, and Ulrich is considered an experienced pilot.
Blumin was living with her husband, James Ramsey - a principal of the design studio Raad - in New York City with their two children. A small plane carrying four New Yorkers has disappeared without a trace while flying from Puerto Rico to Florida. According to neighbors in Lee, Ulrich co-owned Xootr, a company that manufactures kick scooters and folding bicycles.
At the time radio and radar contact was lost, the plane was at 24,000 feet and traveling at a speed of more than 345 miles per hour, according to the Coast Guard.
A Coast Guard cutter was dispatched to the area and is expected to arrive later today to arrive with the search.
Even Christopher Columbus was creeped out by the Bermuda Triangle.
The couple's renovated Tribeca loft was featured on an episode of "Open House NYC" in 2015.
The zone stretches from the southeastern coast of the United States and forms a triangular zone between Miami, San Juan and Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Bermuda Triangle has long puzzled meteorologists, pilots, and sailors due to several unexplained disappearances of planes and ships in recent decades. The planes became completely disoriented when flying over the Devil's Triangle, they were never found.