A plane crash that killed 97 people in Pakistan last month was a result of human error by the pilot and air traffic control, according to an initial report into the disaster. They failed to follow protocol, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan said, announcing the findings in parliament. He also said the pilots were distracted while talking about coronavirus. The passenger plane came down on houses in Karachi on 22 May. Only two passengers survived. The passenger plane was en route from Lahore when it crashed into a residential area in Karachi, after trying to land at the city’s Jinnah International Airport.
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