Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Peshawar evacuated Shaheen Airline flight NL-786 at Bacha Khan International Airport (BKIA) Peshawar after officials received intelligence information about a bomb suspected to be planted in the passenger plane.
According to local media, the airline was bound to leave for Dubai when officials received information about a suspected bomb.
“Yes, search is underway but things are unclear since we fear a bomb inside the plane,” BKIA manager Tahir Sikandar told a local media.
All flight operations at Peshawar airport are currently suspended. “We can’t risk people’s lives, we are searching the plane at the moment,” CAA spokesperson George Pervaiz said.