The Peshawar High Court in Pakistan rejected the inquiry report of the fatal Airblue Airbus A321 accident, judging it incomplete.
On December 20, 2011, the inquiry report into the fatal Airblue Airbus A321 accident was submitted to the Peshawar High Court in Pakistan. The investigators concluded that the crew had violated procedures during an attempted approach to land at Islamabad in inclement weather.
The Peshawar High Court on January 20 rejected the report, stating it was incomplete and inconclusive in several aspects that were mandatory for the inquiry. The court issued orders to the Civil Aviation Authority to constitute a board to “revisit the findings from the starting point up to the crash, within three months.”
Additionally, the chief justice called for an inquiry on the performance of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) “regarding its crew, flying fleet, communication system, lights, landing, taking off and fitness certificates”. He added that experts should also check the capabilities of the captains and crew members and submit its report to the court within 90 days.
Source: The News International, The Express Tribune, Dawn