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    Pakistani Airbus A320 Windscreen Reportedly Damaged en Route to Islamabad

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    Following the incident, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-370 safely landed at Islamabad International Airport, Pakistan Today reported on Saturday, citing authorities.

    A drop in air pressure apparently cracked the seal of a windscreen on a Pakistani aircraft en route to Islamabad from Karachi, local media said. 

    According to Pakistan International Airlines officials, no passengers or crew sustained injuries. 

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    This comes after last month another PIA flight en route to Lahore from Jeddah was seriously damaged after hitting a bird.


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