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PAF training aircraft crashes in Attock

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PAF says pilot had ejected safely before crash and no loss of life or property was reported at the crash site. Photo: File

A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) aircraft crashed on Tuesday during a "routine training mission" in Attock District, a spokesperson said in a statement.

The spokesperson said that pilot had ejected safely before the crash and no loss of life or property was reported at the crash site.

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"A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the accident," said the statement.

In March, PAF Wing Commander Noman Akram was martyred when his F-16 fighter jet crashed near Shakarparian in Islamabad, an air force spokesman had said in a statement.

The plane was carrying out routine exercises for the March 23 parade when it crashed, the air force had said then.


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