Military training aircraft crashed near Gujranwala while on a routine flight.
Two Pakistan Army pilots were killed on Tuesday after their plane crashed during a training flight, the military said.
“An Army aviation training aircraft Mushshak crashed near Gujranwala while on a routine training flight,” it said in a statement. Both army officers, an instructor and a trainee pilot, were killed, it added. No loss of life or property was reported on the ground.
The officers were flying a Mushshak, a Pakistani built fixed wing turbo-prop trainer that is a modified version of the Saab Safari. Three pilots were killed in two training mission accidents in Pakistan last year, according to an AFP tally.