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Pakistani aviation authority says PIA pilot ignored air traffic control

Reuters India Thursday, 4 June 2020
Pakistani aviation authorities have told Pakistan International Airlines that the pilot of a passenger plane that crashed into a residential district of Karachi last month had ignored air traffic control's instructions for landing, a PIA spokesman said on Wednesday.
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