The Pakistan Airlines Pilots Association Club (PALPA) says high-rise buildings near the airport and kite flying violate civil aviation law.
Senior pilot and spokesman Palpa Tariq Yahya said that according to the reports received so far, there was no power in the plane, the real information will be known from the recording of the black box.
Senior pilot Tariq Yahya said that the pilot of the plane was told to take the plane up. When both the engines failed, a force landing had to be done but the plane was not at a high altitude.
He said that tall buildings near the airport and kite flying were a violation of civil aviation law.
It may be recalled that a passenger plane of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) coming from Lahore near Karachi International Airport crashed, as a result of which several people are feared to have died.
As per sources, the trip of the national aircraft originating from Lahore to Karachi slammed on the populace close to the air terminal. The plane was conveying 91 travelers and seven team individuals.