The initial inquiry report of Bhoja Air flight B4-213, which crashed near Rawalpindi killing 121 passengers and 6 crew members on board, was submitted to the National Assembly’s standing committee of defense. Aaj News reported.
According to the report, the pilot was warned by the radar to change the aircraft’s direction.
The report was presented by group captain Mujahid-Ul-Islam.
While briefing the Defence Committee, Mujahid-Ul-Islam said that the flight captain was given warnings from radar to change the direction of his aircraft, when suddenly it disappeared from the radar.
According to the report, the crashed Aircraft was made in 1985, and had a flight record of over forty thousand nine hundred and thirty three hours (40,933).