Pakistani Aircraft Enters Indian Airspace: A Pakistan Airlines aircraft was seen suddenly entering Indian airspace. This incident has created a terrible surprise. According to the information, it is known that the Pakistani aircraft remained in the Indian airspace for about ten minutes. The army was alerted as soon as the aircraft entered India. However, there was no suspicious incident and the aircraft entered Pakistan after flying 120 kilometers in Punjab, India.
According to media reports, the plane could not land at Lahore airport in Pakistan due to excessive rain. After that the Pakistani plane mistakenly entered Indian territory. Local media reported in their reports that the PK-248 flight of Pakistan’s state-owned airline arrived at Lahore airport for landing on May 4 at 8 pm. It was raining heavily there so the pilot decided to land the plane elsewhere.
Why the plane entered the Indian border area: At that time, the pilot of the plane tried to land the plane at Allama Iqbal International Airport, but did not succeed there. The pilots were then forced to enter the Indian border area.
According to The News Report, the pilot initiated a go-around approach under the instructions of the ATC but the aircraft lost its way due to heavy rain and low altitude.
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As a result, the aircraft entered the Indian side near Badhana police station in Punjab at around 8:11 pm. Badhana is located 37 km from Amritsar. According to reports, the pilot took the plane to an altitude of 20,000 feet in Indian airspace.
Meanwhile, after flying over Indian territory for about ten minutes, the Pakistani aircraft returned to their territory at 8:22 pm. The aircraft was reportedly at an altitude of 23,000 feet at that time and was flying at a speed of 320 kmph.