A Bhoja Air Boeing (BA) Co. 737-200 with 127 people on board crashed in Islamabad, GEO TV reported, citing aviation ministry officials it didn’t identify.
The aircraft was on its way from Karachi when it crashed in poor weather conditions, the television channel said. Air traffic control lost contact with the plane at 6:40 p.m. local time in Pakistan, it reported without saying how many passengers were hurt.
Rescue teams are reaching the site, GEO TV said.
In July 2010, an Airbus SAS jetliner crashed into a rain- soaked hillside at Islamabad, killing all 152 people on board in the deadliest air disaster in the nation.
Wikipedia: Geo TV or Geo Television is a Pakistani television network, founded by Mr. Mir Shakil ur Rehman in May 2002 and owned by Independent Media Corporation. →