PIA PK-661 crash: List of passengers on board

Published: December 7, 2016

A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane carrying 48 people crashed on Wednesday in the mountainous north of the country and burst into flames.

PIA flight PK661 had departed from Chitral at 3.30 and crashed at 4.30pm near Abbottabad. There are no survivors, so far.

While the rescue operation continues, at least 36 bodies have so far been recovered from the site.

According to Express News, two infants and nine women were also among the victims.

Crew members

One of the crew members of the ill-fated PIA plane that crashed near Abbottabad on December 7, 2016. PHOTO: PIA

Air hostess Asma Adil who was onboard the crashed PIA plane. PHOTO: PIA


  1. Abid Qaiser
  2. Ahsan SS
  3. Ahtiram ul Haq
  4. Aisha
  5. Akbar Ali
  6. Akhtar Mehmood
  7. Amir Shoukat
  8. Amna Ahmed
  9. Maahrukh Ahmed
  10. Asim Waqas
  11. Ateeq Muhammad
  12. Farah Naz
  13. Farhat Aziz
  14. Gohar Ali
  15. Gul Norani
  16. Haji Nawaz
  17. Han Qiang
  18. Harald Kessler
  19. Hassan Ali
  20. Herwig Eichelbenger
  21. Junaid Nahya
  22. Khan Junaid Jamshed
  23. Mehmood Atud
  24. Mirza Gul
  25. Farhan Ali
  26. Muhammad Ali Khan
  27. Muhammad Khalid Masood
  28. Muhammad Khan
  29. Muhammad Khawar
  30. Muhammad Nouman Shafique
  31. Muhammad Takbeer Khan
  32. Nigar Uddin
  33. Osama Ahmed Warraich
  34. Rani Mehreen
  35. Salman Zainulabidin
  36. Sami SA
  37. Samina Gul
  38. Shamshad Begum
  39. Taiba Aziz
  40. Taimoor Arshid
  41. Umara Khan
  42. Zahida Perveen

Total Passengers

Male – 31
Female – 9
Infants – 2

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Reader Comments (2)

  • Fahim
    Dec 7, 2016 - 10:42PM

    Unfortunately who are dead, can’t return. But question must be asked why pia is operating such old aircrafts. Why they all are not grounded at once?Recommend

  • Grace
    Dec 8, 2016 - 2:20AM

    @Fahim: There should be an inquiry but now is not the time to pass judgement. Even airlines with new planes in less demanding environments also have accidents. Travelling in Northern Pakistan is always dangerous given the weather and mountains.Recommend

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