Pakistan Attributes Pilot's Mistake To Airplane Crash

A few days back a state-run Airbus carrying more than one hundred passengers crashed in a residential area near Karachi of Pakistan after the pilot lost the connection with the cockpit.

Now a report of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Pakistan has found out that the engine of the Airbus has scraped the runway of the airport three times when the pilot tried to land the plane for the first time which resulted in frictions and sparks.

After trying for three times, the pilot tried to fly the airbus again which is quite unusual and even the crew members in the cockpit also didn't inform the Air Traffic Control (ATC)

The preliminary report also stated that when the pilot failed to land in his first attempt, the oil tank and fuel pump might have damaged and the fuel got damaged which in turn resulted in a lack of speed to raise th aircraft.
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