ISLAMABAD, Feb. 24 (Xinhua) -- Two people were killed after a trainer plane crashed in Pakistan's eastern city of Faisalabad Friday afternoon, local media reported.
The killed included an instructor and a trainee pilot and no other person was reportedly on-board.
According to the reports, the trainer plane crashed when the pilot was attempting for an emergency landing after the plane encountered some technical fault.
Rescue teams and police personnel rushed to the site, but both persons on-board had died on the spot.
Airport control tower allowed the pilot to land, but the plane crashed before it could reach the runway.
No loss of life or property was reported from the ground where the plane crashed.
According to airport officials, the instructor named Muaaz and trainee pilot Ahmad Hassan were on their routine training flight mission. The aircraft belongs to a private company.
The officials said an inquiry has been initiated to find out the real cause of the accident.