A small charter aircraft crashed shortly after take off at Karachi airport in Pakistan on November 5 killing all onboard the Beech 1900. The twin-turboprop had been chartered for the Italian oil company, ENI, and was operated by JS Air; the oil company signed a service contract with JS Air in July 2007. According to reports, the aircraft suffered engine problems, with loss of power on one of the powerplants, and the pilot attempted to try to return to Karachi airport when the ...
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