Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has temporarily grounded its remaining 10 ATR aircraft in the aftermath of the Dec. 7 ATR 42-500 crash that killed all 48 aboard. The ATR 42-500, operating as flight PK661, crashed on a hillside near Havelian. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority’s (PCAA) Safety Investigation Board is conducting an accident investigation assisted by ATR and Pratt & Whitney (the turboprop was powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 engines). In the ...

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