KARACHI: The Civil Aviation Authority has prepared final report into an aircraft crash that killed 127 people in April 2012 in Islamabad.
According to the report, pilot of the Bhoja Air’s Boeing 737 was responsible for the crash as he failed in making ‘right decisions’.
The report cited four basic reasons that caused the crash. It said plane’s speed, altitude, engine power and landing speed caused the plane to crash.
Besides the four basic reasons, the report also added that the staff lacked experience of handling the automatic system of the aircraft.