At the crash site of the Airbus A320 in Karachi, the rescue team found one of the black boxes – the flight data recorder. This at a press conference on may 23, said Minister of air transport Pakistan Ghulam Sarwar Khan, writes Dawn.
The search for cockpit voice recorder continues.
The accident investigation has begun, the experts of the Bureau of aircraft accidents Pakistan will join experts from Airbus, the representatives of Germany and France, said Khan.
Preliminary data show that the pilot was trying to avoid falling on the house, the Minister added. As a result, the plane crashed between buildings on earth, no one died. 19 residential buildings are damaged, but none destroyed. In addition, burned 10 cars and three motorcycles.
Khan assured that the investigation will be as open to the public.
Airbus A320-214 airline Pakistan International Airlines on may 22 fell on a residential area of Karachi. The plane carried a flight PK8303 from Lahore to Karachi and came in to land. Killed 97 passengers and crew, two survived.