Photos of Rawalpindi Flying Club's Damaged Aircrafts by the Thunderstorm - September 23, 2003

Four aircrafts (including three Cessna aircrafts) were badly damaged after the roofs of Rawalpindi Flying Club hangers at east of the Islamabad airport caved in during the thunderstorm.

The three Cessna planes (Cessna 172L AP-BEJ, Cessna 180 AP-ANR , C-152 AP-AOJ) and one Piper Cherokee (PA-28), were badly damaged after the roofs of the two sheds of the hangers flipped over them.

The chief flying instructor of the club, Captain Saleem Ahmed Abbasi, told this reporter that the damage amounted to about Rs25 million.

News Article Credit Mobarik Virk, Mohammad Asghar and Dawn newspaper.


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