Human error has led, according to a report on the plane crash, with 97 dead in Pakistan about a month ago. Wrong decisions by the pilot and the pilotage late of the instructions of the flight were the cause of the crash on the 22. May in Karachi, said aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Wednesday at the presentation of a preliminary report in Parliament. The joint investigation with the aircraft manufacturer Airbus have shown no technical problems of the aircraft, said Khan.
Thus, the machine of the airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was the first landing approach was too high. The pilots had been asked to start a new trial, ignored the statement, however. In addition, the chassis of the passenger machine was not extended. The reasons for this were not known. When placed on the runway of the Airbus A320 have streaked around one Kilometer range, the engines have been damaged. The air traffic controller had not intervened. Shortly thereafter, the machine crashed over a residential area.Updated Date: 24 June 2020, 06:19