A file photograph of A Pakistan Air Pressure (PAF) fighter jet F7-PG. PHOTO: PAF
A Pakistan Air Pressure (PAF) fighter jet F7-PG crashed in Jamrud, Khyber Company, officers stated on Saturday.
In accordance with preliminary studies, the pilots weren’t harm within the incident. Officers declare the plane crashed resulting from a technical fault.
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Final yr, a PAF fighter jet F7-PG crashed close to Mastung throughout what officers described as a routine coaching operation. The pilot managed to eject to security.
In accordance with a spokesperson for PAF’s Samungli Airbase in Quetta, “The F7-PG fighter jet was on a routine coaching mission when its engine caught hearth and crashed on a fray close to Mastung.”
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“The pilot, flight lieutenant Yasir, ejected himself from the aircraft safely whereas no lack of life and property was reported within the incident,” he added.
Air drive officers, Frontier Corps and Levies rushed to identify quickly after the crash and cordoned the world.
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