U.S. specialists help in April 20, Bhoja Airline crash investigation

A crew of specialists from the US’ Nationwide Transportation Security Board (NTSB) and Boeing plane manufacturing firm, left at the moment after a five-day go to to Pakistan. Throughout their go to, the crew assisted the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan (CAA) in its ongoing investigation of the April 20 crash of Bhoja Airline Flight 213.

On the day of the crash, CAA Pakistan requested NTSB’s help within the investigation.  The NTSB crew traveled to Islamabad to doc the recovered wreckage, current findings from the Flight Knowledge Recorder (FDR), and supply Pakistani investigators with technical knowledge on the efficiency of the plane and engine.  NTSB additionally invited members of the CAA to journey to the US with the airplane’s cockpit voice recorder and FDR for evaluation.  That knowledge, in addition to the findings of the CAA and NTSB groups, will assist present investigative authorities details about the reason for the crash.

America is pleased with the cooperation that the NTSB and Boeing Firm had been in a position to provide the CAA through the aftermath of the tragic crash.  The NTSB appears ahead to continued participation within the on-going investigation.

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