Recording devices, commonly known as “black boxes”, were recovered after the flight, PIA 8303 crashed into a dense residential area adjacent to Jinnah International Airport in Karachi on May 22, killing both 99 people on board.
BEA, the French air security investigation authority for civil aviation, is an accredited representative of Airbus 320 aircraft involved in the accident.
According to BEA, a French team arrived in Karachi on May 26. The French authority said on Thursday that it requested from Pakistan to carry out repairs and data downloads for recorders at a later date.
“The mission is about to be completed on the site,” the tweet on Saturday said. “Pakistan’s AAIB team will fly to France,” he said.
On Friday, Pakistan Aviation Minister Gulam Sarwar Khan said the first report on the collapse will be made public on 22 June.
Khan said the Ministry briefed Prime Minister Imran Han, who guided the public disclosure of all reports.
The pilot on board told the air traffic control in Karachi that he had lost his engines before the plane crashed.
“We go straight, we lost the engines.” The pilot can be said about the approach of the plane in the sound recording of aircraft communication from a Pakistani government by CNN.
A few seconds later, the pilot can be heard by making a few calls, then he tells the air traffic control that both runways are open to land. The sound is cut off.
The flight from Lahore was a special service that helped passengers return home for festive holidays after coronavirus locking was facilitated.