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Pakistan to replace outdated flight operations control system

Pakistan to replace outdated

Islamabad: Pakistan is still in a condition of stun and grieving over the demise of 97 individuals, including team individuals, on board the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Flight PK-8303 from Lahore to Karachi that went down minutes before arriving on May 22.

After the accident, while Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) established a four-part test advisory group and taught it to finish up examinations inside a quarter of a year, Airbus, the maker of the airplane, an A-320, declared to lead a free investigation into the mishap and sent its group of specialized specialists to Pakistan.

The 11-part group of specialized specialists from Airbus, that showed up on Monday, went through a bustling day on Tuesday and visited the accident site in Karachi’s Model Colony and gathered confirmations, recorded a video and addressed authorities from the Fire Department there.

The Airbus group inspected different pieces of the motor of the plane, its arrival rigging, wings and flight control framework and took photographs of the houses and structures harmed by the accident.

Authorities and staff individuals from PIA, its Flight Safety division and designing wing informed the French group about the past record of the plane just as its pilot. The group additionally reproduced the whole flight activity of the doomed plane — from departure to its accident arrival — and talked about with the architects and flight officials about their experience of taking care of the said Airbus plane.

Prior, the test group investigated the runway at Jinnah International Airport and furthermore visited the aviation authority tower and radar control station.

The Airbus specialists were relied upon to take the airplane’s discovery recorders alongside them. They were booked to leave Pakistan late on Tuesday.

The black box involves the plane’s flight information recorder and cockpit voice recorder that are relied upon to contain crucial specialized insights concerning the plane.

After the accident, The Netherlands-headquartered worldwide aviation organization in a message via web-based networking media had declared it would run a free examination concerning the accident that was allegedly caused because of a motor disappointment.

Not long after the episode, Pakistani specialists had cordoned off the accident site and prohibited exchange of any article from the site until the Airbus group showed up to do its examination, as indicated by a report.

PIA and Air France will help Airbus in the examination.

In the interim, Pakistan’s CAA has chosen to update and upgrade its aviation authority framework taking into account a starter crash report arranged by CAA. In that report, absence of correspondence between the pilot of the destined plane and the airport regulation was refered to as one reason behind the accident.