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Airbus A320 Go-around and crash

On 22 May 2020 the Pakistan International Airlines aircraft Airbus A320 took off from Lahore (Pakistan) to perform a regular commercial passenger flight to Karachi (Pakistan). The aircraft performed an ILS approach for runway 25L and touched down without landing gears. Both engines scrubbed the runway at high speed. Flight crew initiated a go-around and informed ATC that they intend to make a second approach. About 4 minutes later, during downwind leg, flight crew declared an emergency and stated that both engines had failed. The aircraft started losing altitude. It crashed in a populated area, short of runway 25L by about 1340 meters. An immediate subsequent post impact fire initiated. Out of 99 souls on-board, 97 were fatally injured and 2 passengers survived.

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