A six-part examination group on Tuesday went by the crash site of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661 in Havelian.
The group includes three French and three Canadian authorities from the France-based ATR airplane maker. The group will work together with Pakistan’s Safety Investigation Board (SIB) to find out the reason for the December 7 crash.
The black box and voice recorder of the air ship will likewise be sent to France to start test. The French consulate has issued orders to encourage travel and different game plans of the specialists regarding the examination.
Prior sources said request of the episode could take up to three weeks after information from the black box and the recorder is gotten.
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane conveying 47 individuals, which was on the way to Islamabad from the northern city of Chitral slammed close Abbottabad a week ago.
Flight PK-661 collided with a slope after one of its two turboprop motors bombed not long after take-off, and burst into blazes.
PIA Chairman Azam Saigol surrendered from his post on Monday refering to individual reasons, not exactly a week after the crash.
The media center after the crash has fallen around PIA’s wellbeing record, yet the misfortune making state transporter has eagerly denied media reports that there was a blame with the flying machine before the departure.
On Monday, PIA grounded its armada of 10 European-made ATR planes after Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority chose to lead “squeeze tests” of the bearer’s whole ATR armada.
Authorities say the smashed ATR-42 air ship, worked in 2007, had piled on 18,739 flight hours since joining PIA’s armada that year and the plane’s skipper, Saleh Janjua, had logged more than 12,000 flight hours over his vocation.