It is one of the sad and critical incidents happened in Pakistan which cause of taking a lot of lives and dozens of families have lost their beloved siblings in an air crash last month. An air plan of Bhoja has been crashed in Pakistan near the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad in the area of Rawalpindi. In this plan crash, 127 people had lost their lives which are, no doubt, a big loss for the Pakistan. It was second plan crash in the Pakistan in the time of two years. Two years back, a private plan was also crash which was of Air Blue. And this time another private plan has become a victim. These incidents have created a fear in the public and they are finding flying no more a safe way of traveling even within the country. This time again, it was because of the bad weather condition as the last crash was also due to bad weather and Bhoja air plan went down in this bad weather while flying for the air port of Islamabad. Both of these crashes have raised a question on the aviation safety system of Pakistan and the victims of both incidents want the answer from the government of Pakistan.
In another incident, right after the crash of Bhoja air plan, a private passenger jet which was operated by a third private air line company, the Shaheen Air has also faced a very serious catastrophe. The plan of Shaheen Air lines was crashed when the tire of the plan burst as they touched down the floor. This news was unveiled by a spokesman of the Civil Aviation Authority, Pervez George. Luckily, the plan remained lucky and safe as the pilot applied the emergency break right after he noticed this in the plan and this cause the clasp of the plan’s landing gear and the left wing to scrape along the ground as the plane came to a halt.
After these severe incidents in the city, the Government of the Pakistan and the Pakistan Defense Ministry has decided to check and operate all the planes by private airlines one by one. They are making it clear that any air plan which will fail will be grounded for sure. Planes currently in operation will be allowed to fly as they await inspection.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the one largest airline in the country but it has also suffered a serious operational and financial problems. Pakistan also has a handful of private airlines that fly for national and international routes.
Bhoja Air, which has recently born a serious plan crash, recently received a permit and began flying last month after it lost its license in 2001. Bhoja air has lost its license in 2001 for the reason of having some financial difficulties. It is still not cleared by the what caused the Boeing 737-200 to crash in wheat farms about five kilometers (three miles) from the Benazir Bhutto International Airport. Boeing 737-200 was flying from Karachi. The brutal weather was lashing in the Islamabad and mean while the plane went down has led some experts to speculate that “wind shear”. It may be because of the unexpected transformation in the weather and wind speed can lift or smash an aircraft into the ground during landing.
In some of the media reports, it has been said that the age of the air plan may have been a factor of this crash. After the investigation, an industry website revealed that the age of jet was crucial, it was 32 years old. The old age can be the only real reason of this crash. After hearing this, Pakistan has banned the head of the airline, Mister Farooq Bhoja. He is now banned from leaving the country and has nominated for a criminal investigation into the crash. Bhoja Air has taken a rain check to comment and said that it would be conferred after the investigation.
The plan crash in the country was a major plane crash. That incident has been declared as the worst incident in Pakistan’s history which was occurred in July 2010. An Airbus A321 aircraft was operated by one of the domestic carriers, the Air Blue. It was crashed into the hills in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad. In this crash all 152 people died. After this crash, government investigation said that the reason behind this crash was the pilot who changed its direction in the stormy weather.