Pakistan army trainee aircraft crashes near Gujarat, 2 pilots died

Apr 13 2020 04:29 PM
Pakistan army trainee aircraft crashes near Gujarat, 2 pilots died

AHMEDABAD: A Pakistani military trainee plane 'Mushak' near Gujarat has crashed on Monday. According to Pakistan media, two pilots have been confirmed died in the accident. The aircraft flew during routine training of the army. While giving information, Pakistan's Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR) Major Omar has said that instructor pilot Meiji Omar and trainee pilot Lieutenant Faizan have died in this accident.

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It is being told that Major Omar was a resident of Kalar Kahar in Gujarat and Faizan Chakwal of Pakistan. It is worth mentioning that this is the fifth incident of trainee plane crash of Pakistan Air Force in the last five months. Two pilots have been killed in previous accidents. Significantly, in June last year, four military personnel were also died in a helicopter crash.

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Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter jet F-16 plane had fallen victim during the Republic Day parade rehearsal on 8 March. Wing Commander Nauman Akram, who was flying the aircraft, has died in this accident. Wing Commander Nauman managed to eject before the plane crashed. However, they were later scorched by fire, which later resulted in death. The wreckage of the aircraft was recovered from a forest of sugarcane near Islamabad.

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