Pakistan News / Islamabad News > The investigation report of Bhoja air crash has been finalised. According to the investigative report, the pilot of the flight was held responsible for the crash.
The pilot had reportedly tried to land in Islamabad despite rough weather warning from the control tower, where he was ordered to take the flight towards Lahore.
According to the report, the last words of the co-pilot were to raise the plane. The plane ended up being caught in a downdraft of air and crashed within 30 seconds.
The ill fated B4-200 flight flew from Karachi airport but crashed five kilometers from Islamabad. The crash killed 118 people, including passengers and crew members.