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The pilots of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane that crashed last month were not focused and they were discussing coronavirus during the flight, the country's aviation minister told Parliament on Wednesday as he pointed out their "overconfidence and lack of concentration" as some of the reasons for the tragedy that killed 97 people on board.

The pilot of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)'s crashed plane ignored three warnings from the air traffic controllers about the aircraft's altitude and speed before the landing, saying he was satisfied and would handle the situation, according to a report on Monday.

Islamabad: Smog-induced bad weather conditions have disrupted over 600 flights of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in the first two weeks of November, an airline official said. The smoggy weather conditions, which were prevailing in Punjab province were beyond the PIA’s control, so they had to either delay or cancel the flights, the airline spokesperson …

The crew made its way back from Heathrow Airport, where their passports were seized by British authorities who searched the plane (in which heroin was found) and questioned them after landing from Islamabad on Monday

Islamabad: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661, with 48 people on board, crashed midway while flying to Abbottabad from Chitral. All bodies have been recovered with no chance of any survival. “There are no survivors, no one has survived,” said Muhammad Azam Saigol, the chairman for Pakistan International Airlines. A Pakistani singer-turned-scholar Junaid Jamshed and …