KARACHI:—KARACHI: Court seeks full report of 2016 Plane crash. according to the preliminary report present by the CAA, the pilot encountered a very complex technical error
The final report of the inquiry into the aircraft accident of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane in 2016 was demanded by a two-member Sindh High Court (SHC) bench by November 19.
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A provisional investigative report, comprising Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar and Justice Arshad Hussain Khan, was submitted to the bench at the hearing of the case on Tuesday by the Civil Aviation Authority ( CAA).
Domestic commercial flights from Chitral to Islamabad crash landed near Havelian on December 7, 2016, killing all 47 passengers on board, including singer-turned-preacher and entrepreneur Junaid Jamshed and the Chitral district’s deputy commissioner.
Full report of 2016 Plane crash
The pilot of the ill-fated ATR 42-500 twin-turboprop plane faced a very complex technical mistake, according to a provisional study submitted by the CAA. A bent turbine blade caused the crash, the article said. Court seeks full report of 2016 Plane crash.
PIA Maintenance Services was blamed for the malfunction of the turbine. Experts claim that this form of error hasn’t ever existed previously, adding that in such a circumstance, control of the airplane becomes difficult for the pilot.
All passengers in the flight passed away.
Justice Mazhar inquired about the final report, saying that 4 years had elapsed after the incident happened. Officials from the CAA said the aircraft was assembled in three countries. Reports were obtained from France and Canada, but the United States was awaiting the report on redesign and acceleration.
The court gave a deadline of 19 November to submit the complete report. Iqbal Kazmi has lodged a petition requesting a clear inquiry into the plane crash and the actions brought against those responsible.