No technical fault detected at CM's aircraft
KARACHI – The Safety Investigation Board of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) found no technical fault in the aircraft of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
A press release of CAA issued here on Saturday said that the aircraft of Punjab chief minister took off from Allama Iqbal International Airport for Islamabad. When the aircraft was 5 nautical miles northwest of Lahore, the pilot reported to control tower of Lahore Airport that due to operational reasons he want to land back to airport and did not disclose any abnormality.
However, tower air traffic controller asked him for any assistance if required, for which the pilot replied loudly “negative”. The pilot also did not ask for any assistance or declared any emergency while landing back and the aircraft landed safely.
The preliminary investigation by the board revealed that it was a false alarm of Stall warning light and over speeding light.