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Pakistan Air Force jet crashes during training mission; no casualties reported

Lahore: A Pakistan Air Force jet crashed today while on a routine training mission in the country's Punjab province, the second such crash within a week. The Chinese-made fighter jet crashed in Sargodha district some 200-km from Lahore when the pilot lost control.

The pilot ejected safely from the aircraft. According to PAF's statement: "Pakistan Air Force reports with regret that a PAF F7-PG aircraft, while on a routine operational training mission, crashed near Sargodha. The pilot of the aircraft ejected safely. No loss of civilian life and property has been reported on the ground." It said a board of inquiry has been ordered by the Air Headquarters to determine the cause of the incident.

On 10 August, a PAF fighter jet crashed near Mianwali some 350-km from Lahore after its take off leading to the death of the pilot. According to reports, about 10 or 11 F7-PGs/FT-7PGs
(aircraft) have been lost during their 15 years in service. The PAF has more than 50 of the Chinese-made aircraft in its fleet.


Updated Date: Aug 17, 2017 14:15 PM

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