PIA plane crash: Complete list of passengers, crew members

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661 carrying over 40 passengers crashed on the way to Islamabad from Chitral on Wednesday.
The PIA jet has crashed near Havelian, Abbottabad, moments after it disappeared from radar.
PIA’s ATR-42 aircraft operating as PK-661 was scheduled to reach Islamabad but it lost contact with control tower. Captain Saleh Hayat was operating the flight. There were 40 passengers aboard the ill-fated craft which included renowned religious personality Junaid Jamshed and his wife Aisha Junaid.
There were 31 men, nine women and two infants onboard the ill-fated flight.
The passenger list is below:
Pakistan International Airlines Passenger Manifest
Flight/Date – PK 0661 07DEC16
1. Abid Qaiser
2. Ahsan SS
3. Ahtiram ul Haq
4. Aisha
5. Akbar Ali
6. Akhtar Mehmood
7. Amir Shoukat
8. Amna Ahmed
9. Maahrukh Ahmed
10. Asim Waqas
11. Ateeq Muhammad
12. Farah Naz
13. Farhat Aziz
14. Gohar Ali
15. Gul Norani
16. Haji Nawaz
17. Han Qiang
18. Harald Kessler
19. Hassan Ali
20. Herwig Eichelbenger
21. Junaid Nahya
22. Khan Junaid Jamshed
23. Mehmood Atud
24. Mirza Gul
25. Farhan Ali
26. Muhammad Ali Khan
27. Muhammad Khalid Masood
28. Muhammad Khan
29. Muhammad Khawar
30. Muhammad Nouman Shafique
31. Muhammad Takbeer Khan
32. Nigar Uddin
33. Osama Ahmed Warraich
34. Rani Mehreen
35. Salman Zainulabidin
36. Sami SA
37. Samina Gul
38. Shamshad Begum
39. Taiba Aziz
40. Taimoor Arshid
41. Umara Khan
42. Zahida Perveen
Total Passengers
Male – 31 Female ─ 9 Infants ─ 2
The airline has activated its emergency response centre and can be accessed at following numbers for 0092-21-99044890, 0092-21-99044376 and 0092-21-99044394
Junaid Jamshed, who lost his life in the crash, was seen with some of his fellows in Chitral on a tweet posted on December Sources said the jet pilot contacted the control towers reporting malfunction in the engine. Last contact was made by the pilot 25 minutes before reports of the crash surfaced. He was in Chitral on a preaching tour.
Civil and military rescue teams have been dispatched to the area to find the whereabouts of the aircraft which was being flown by Captain Saleh Janjua and co-pilot Ahmed Janjua. The pilots gave a mayday (help me) call before disappearing from radar.
Deputy Commissioner Chitral Osama Ahmed Waraich was also on-board in the flight.
The sources said, locals saw a plane crashed at a village Bodla near Havelian, rescue teams have been sent to the spot.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Army troops and army helicopters have been mobilised to a site near Havelian.
DSP Havelian has confirmed PIA jet crashed hear Ordinance Factory.
Initial reports suggest, the accident occurred due to one of its engine ran out of power.

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