Zaffar Masood (President Bank of Punjab) who was traveling on PK 8303 is alive and out of danger
Pakistan international Airlines Passenger plane crashes over residential area A Pakistani airliner with more than 107 people aboard crashed in the southern city of Karachi on Friday, according to reports.
Is in plane with around 100 passengers on board crashed in southern Pakistan. This was announced by the country’s aviation authority on Friday. According to initial knowledge, 99 passengers and eight crew members were on board.
The passenger plane crashed near the city of Karachi a few minutes before landing in a residential area. Homes were damaged by the crash, a spokesman for the aviation authority said. The military and police cordoned off the area. Television recordings showed a thick cloud of smoke and ambulances hurrying to the crash site.
Plane Crash in Karachi Video
The Airbus International Airline operated Airbus was on its way from the eastern city of Lahore to Karachi, said airline spokesman Mohamed Abdullah.
After a temporary suspension of flights due to the corona pandemic, flight operations in Pakistan only resumed a few days ago. Because of the upcoming Eid al-Fitr festival at the end of Ramadan, many people are currently traveling to their hometowns in the country.