KARACHI: The collection of debris of the Bhoja Air plane that crashed killing all 127 people on board will begin today (Sunday), Express News reported.
The heirs of the plane crash victims will be paid insurance money within two week’s time.
The passenger airliner crashed near Islamabad on April 20, 2012, while trying to land during a thunderstorm.
The Bhoja Air flight from Karachi burst into flames after coming down in fields near a village on the outskirts of capital Islamabad as it tried to land in rain and hail at the city’s international airport.
The Boeing 737-200 was carrying 121 passengers, including 11 children, as well as six crew members.
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