On 20 April 2012 the Bhoja Air 737 was on the final approach to Runway 30 of Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad, when it suddenly descended and crashed short of the airfield. All 127 people on board lost their lives.
The Irwin Mitchell aviation team represents a number of families who want and deserve answers and justice. With more than two years since the accident there is still no comprehensive final accident report, so the families still have no answers to explain how they lost their loved ones.
In order to provide justice and to protect the families’ rights prior to expiry of the two year legal limitation period, Irwin Mitchell filed the families’ cases in the Pakistan courts against Bhoja Air and the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority. This litigation in Pakistan aims to hold those responsible to account and obtain disclosure of information about the chain of events that caused this tragedy.
If you would like to speak in confidence to an expert regarding this accident, or any other aviation incident you were involved in, please contact a member of the aviation team on 0800 056 4110. The team will be able to advise you on the accident, the relevant law and the parties who may be liable.
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