In an emergency landing at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport just minutes after taking off from Lahore Airport, a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight heading for Jeddah was forced to make an emergency landing because the plane’s windscreen developed cracks.
According to reports, the Pakistan International Airlines’ Jeddah-bound flight PK-759 was transporting 300 passengers from Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport. The windscreen of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft cracked mid-flight due to low oxygen pressure minutes after takeoff from Lahore International Airport.
The captain of the PK-759 airplane immediately spoke with the Karachi Control Tower and requested an emergency landing at the Jinnah International Airport, which was granted.
The plane from Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) made a safe and sound landing at Karachi International Airport, averting a massive calamity on the ground.
Indian Airplane landing in Pakistan:
An Indian plane had made an emergency landing at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport earlier in March after a man died while on a flight from Sharjah to Lucknow, according to reports.
Around 5 a.m, flight 6E 1412 was forced to make an emergency landing in the desert. According to authorities within the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the passenger passed away before receiving first aid following the landing.