Two pilots martyred as PAF trainer plane crashes near Peshawar

Imagine showing a crashed PAF aircraft. For representation only. — Twitter/file   

ISLAMABAD: Two pilots embraced martyrdom after a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) trainer aircraft crashed during a routine training mission near Peshawar. 

According to a statement issued by PAF, no other loss of life or property was reported on the ground.

Meanwhile, the PAF spokesperson said that a board of inquiry has been ordered by Air Headquarters to determine the cause of the incident.

Earlier in September 2021, a small trainer aircraft had crashed near Mardan during a routine training mission.

In a similar incident in August 2021 a fighter trainer aircraft had also crashed during a routine training mission near Attock.

“Both pilots had ejected successfully. No loss of life or property had been reported so far on the ground,” the official had said.

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