The pilot and co-pilot of a Pakistani air force plane were killed after it crashed during a regular training operation in an open region near Peshawar, the air force said Tuesday.
The air force said in a statement that no damage was done to the ground and that it had launched an investigation to find out what caused the crash.
It didn’t go on to say anything else.
In Pakistan, plane crashes during training trips are regular.
The facts of military training crashes are rarely released, and the investigation findings into the crashes are also not made public.
A Pakistani military plane crashed into a civilian neighbourhood on the outskirts of the garrison city of Rawalpindi in 2019, killing 19 people, the majority of whom were in their houses.