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PAF aircraft crashes in Pakistan’s Attock during regular training

PAF aircraft crashes in Pakistan’s Attock during regular training

A plane of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) crashed in Punjab province, killing each pilot aboard.

“A PAF FT-7 aircraft on a routine operational training mission crashed near Mianwali, some 300 km from Lahore,” by a press launch issued by the PAF.

Each pilot – Squadron Chief Haris bin Khalid and Flying Officer Ibaad your Rehman – misplaced their lives within the crash, it mentioned.

A Pakistan Air Drive (PAF) plane on a routine coaching mission has crashed within the Pindigheb space in Attock District, mentioned a spokesperson on Tuesday.

The PAF assertion mentioned that pilot had ejected safely earlier than the crash, and no lack of life or property was reported on the crash web site.

“A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the accident,” mentioned the assertion.

In March, PAF Wing Commander Noman Akram was martyred when his F-16 fighter jet crashed close to Shakarparian in Islamabad, an airpower spokesman had mentioned in a press release.

The aircraft was finishing up routine workouts for the March 23 parade when it crashed, the airpower had mentioned then.

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