UNLUCKEY PIA 8303 PLANE

UNLUCKEY PIA 8303 PLANE

 

 

UNLUCKEY PIA 8303 PLANE

It was May 22 2020, Jumatulwida, the last Friday of Ramadan. 97 lives were lost in the PK-8303 crash. After a year gap, the nears and dears of the victims still grieving over their losses. They considered it the responsibility of PIA and CAA (civil aviation authority) and negligence. The flight took off from Lahore and was about to land at Karachi when its captain was informed by the air traffic control (ATC) that he was too shallow in his approach. Captain replied “I am comfortable” control tower seemed okay. It scrapped the runway without opening its wheels. Kept on trying to take off to attempt landing again and again. This was the stage; the pilot realized that he could not reach the runway. He cried MAYDAY and crashed plane in to the buildings surrounding the airport. It is requested to the GOVT, PIA, and CAA to provide compensation without further delay. It is the point to be noticed that the place where plane was crashed having marriage halls, hotels, schools, plaza and malls are situated there. Hence the pilot was to land or takeoff with full expertise like (MOT KA KUWAN). 900 meters around runway, no construction to be allowed. “WHO PERMITTED IT” As per communication between pilot and tower, it had come 2000 ft high and 2 engines had been failed. Finally before crash landing last attempt of gliding was made but crashed to a 3 storied building and 97 passengers lost their lives just 2 days before Eid last year.

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3 Comments

  • faiza feroze , May 23, 2021 @ 2:02 am

    May Allah swt grant the families sabr on their irrevocable losses
    .
    Ameen

  • Fouzia , May 28, 2021 @ 9:37 pm

    May Allah gave their families sabar

  • Gohar taj , May 29, 2021 @ 5:26 pm

    The entire system is pathetic and there is no accountability for anything. When wil be the time when we will start taking responsibility?

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