Posted on July 10, 2006
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15 responses to “Pictures of the Day: PIA plane crash”

  1. S.A.Shah says:

    bahut afsosnak hadsa tha.
    lakin
    is k zamadaron ko saza milni chahiye.

  2. farah says:

    I have travelled about 3 times on P.I.A now, Inshaallah nothing will happean. You should try very strong airlines for examples, United Arab Emirates.

  3. President Zia was a strong and principled leader, who earned the admiration of the world. He was a steadfast defender of Pakistan’s territorial integrity and freedom, who yearned for peace in this troubled region. He was a tireless promoter of regional cooperation whose promise is evident in the South Asian Regional Cooperation Council. He was a magnanimous benefactor to the Afghans, whose quest for independence he never ceased to champion……..

    A Great Man in History………………..

  4. A.S.Mathew says:

    The family lost their loves ones. For some airlines being
    operated by the Asian and African countries, the operators
    have more trust in fate than in proper maintenance. Since
    these flying machines have no way to escape while mechanical
    failures takes place, the operators play such foolish games
    with fate. It is very sad to see that precious lives are burned
    to death due to the recklessness of other people due to their
    love for money. They must be put into jail for longer periods.

  5. Ilyas Sharif says:

    According to to reports, this F-27 under discussion did not have any structure failure or any jammed control surface.
    It was an engine failure due to fire.
    In case of one engine failure, Twin Engine Aricrafts are designed to continue the take off with one operative engine and go to safe altitude, off course it takes lot of effort on pilot’s part, but again, they are trained to do so. I do agree that F-27 fleet has long past its designated life span, but in this case putting blame on the aircraft instead of pilot is a pretty lame excuse. Thanks Ilyas Sharif