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Pakistan crash pilot sent Mayday with 'lost engines': liveatc.net

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020
The pilot of a crashed Pakistan International Airlines jet sent a Mayday and told controllers the aircraft had lost power from both its engines on its second attempt to land, according to a recording posted on monitoring website liveatc.net.
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