(KARACHI, Pakistan.) Release Today PIA Initial Report: Blames human error by pilots for the plane crash that killed 97-people last month on 22.May: adding that they were discussing #coronavirus during the landing #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.24: “The pilot as well as the controller didn’t follow the standard rules,” the country’s aviation minister said, announcing the findings in parliament: The minister added the pilots had been discussing the coronavirus pandemic as they attempted to land the Airbus A320 and had disengaged the craft’s autopilot………………..”Unfortunately the pilot was overconfident,” he said, adding that the plane was flying at more than double the altitude it should have been when he approached to land……………………Standard flight operating procedures were then ignored by the pilots and the air traffic controller, resulting in an aborted crash landing that heavily damaged the plane’s engines…….The aircraft then went down as it attempted a second landing, crashing into a residential area near the Karachi airport…………..The Pakistani investigation team, which included officials from the French government and the aviation industry, analysed data and voice recorders: An official report blamed the accident on a confused captain and a hostile cockpit atmosphere: RTE.ie/

Initial Report blames human error for Pakistan plane crash last month on May.22: but official report blamed the accident on confused confused captain and a hostile cockpit atmosphere:

The plane came down among houses near Karachi airport

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane came down among houses on 22 May after both engines failed as it approached Karachi airport, killing all but two people on board:

The minister said the plane was “100 percent fit for flying, there was no technical fault” The county’s deadliest aviation accident in eight years came days after domestic commercial flights resumed following a two-month coronavirus lockdown………….Many passengers were on their way to spend the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr with loved ones…………………About 29 houses were badly damaged in the crash, the minister said during the parliamentary address, adding that the government would compensate residents for property losses:

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: June.24: 2020:

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