PAF training aircraft crash lands in Charsadda

No casualties were reported in the incident.

Mureeb Mohmand August 06, 2012

CHARSADDA: A Mushshak aircraft of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) made an emergency landing at Ghari Saifullah on Monday morning in the jurisdiction of Umarzai Tangi, Charsadda Police Station. No casualties were reported in the incident.

DPO Charsadda confirmed that a Mushshak aircraft was partially damaged during the crash landing and added that it was due to a technical fault.

He further said that Squadron Leader Ibraheem and pilot Imran, who were on the plane, remained safe. Only the tyres of the plane were damaged in the incident, he added.

The area was cordoned off by the police immediately after the incident while senior PAF officials also collected evidence from the site for further investigations. “After proper inquiry, we will give the report to the PAF administration,” said DCO Ajmal Khan.


gul pa shan | 11 years ago | Reply


kumail | 11 years ago | Reply

a relief both pilots remained safe!

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