As reported Reuters, this was stated in a preliminary report on the causes of the crash, which is 24 June presented in the Parliament of Pakistan, the aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan.
According to him, technical malfunctions of the plane was found. However, the first and second pilot “was not focused” on their tasks.
“When they were in landing position, the controllers warned them about the bumps on the runway], but the pilot said, “I got this”… And then they again began to discuss the coronavirus,” he told Han.
The crash killed 97 people.