Airbus A320 Jet With 107 Aboard Crashes in Pakistan - Flight PK8303
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An Airbus SE jet operated by Pakistan International Airlines crashed with 107 people on board as it approached its destination of Karachi.
Flight PK 8303, which took off from Lahore, was carrying 99 passengers and 8 crew, Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority said. The country's army tweeted that troops had reached the site to conduct relief-and-rescue efforts.
The A320 narrow-body jet was built in 2004, data from Flightradar24 showed.
LATEST: Karachi's mayor, at scene of the #PK8303 plane crash, says none of the 107 passengers and crew survived #PIACrash pic.twitter.com/FsYZujRuoV
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It's the second plane crash for the Pakistani carrier in less than four years. The airline's chairman resigned in late 2016, less than a week after the crash of an ATR 42 turboprop killed 47 people.
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