A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter trainer aircraft crashed near Attock throughout a routine training goal on Friday, according to a declaration issued by the PAF agent.
The representative stated both the pilots expelled from the jet successfully and no death or property was reported on the ground.
“A Board of Inquiry has actually been purchased to investigate the root cause of the mishap,” he added.
At least five comparable incidents were reported last year, with four PAF jets collapsing throughout training missions as well as one while practicing for the March 23 ceremony.
The very first incident had taken place in January 2020, when an aircraft of the PAF had collapsed while on a regular operational training mission near Mianwali. Both pilots, Squadron Leader Haris bin Khalid as well as Traveling Officer Ibaadur Rehman, aboard the PAF FT-7 airplane had actually shed their lives in the collision.
It was adhered to by another accident in February when a PAF Mirage aircraft collapsed while on a routine operational training goal near Shorkot city in Punjab. A statement released by the PAF speaker at the time had claimed the pilot safely expelled as well as no death or residential property had been reported on the ground.
A PAF trainer aircraft had crashed the exact same month while on a routine training goal near Takht Bhai in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mardan area. The pilot had been ejected securely prior to the collision.
In March that year, a PAF F-16 aircraft had crashed near Shakarparian in Islamabad during wedding rehearsals for the March 23 parade. Wing Leader Nauman Akram was martyred in the crash.
After that in September, a PAF aircraft had collapsed near Pindigheb, Attock. The case had actually occurred throughout a regular training mission and no death was reported.