Details of the testimony of the co-pilot F.P regarding the plane crash that occurred at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport has emerged.
The investigation carried out by the Anatolian Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office on the accident involving 3 people who lost their lives as a result of the passenger plane belonging to Pegasus Airlines, which made the Izmir-Istanbul flight with 177 passengers and 6 crew members on 5 February, continues.
As part of the investigation, it was learned that the co-pilot F.P, who gave the testimony as “suspect” in the hospital where he was treated yesterday, said that “On the day of the incident, the tower did not state that they could not land on them, they did not receive the instructions to” pass “and therefore they landed on the runway in the light of the available data transmitted to them. .
Captain pilot M.A. It was noted that the co-pilot F.P, who stated that they had decided to land the plane with the runway, that the plane slipped after landing on the runway, and that the captain pilot was trying to hold the plane, was sorry for the accident.
On the other hand, it was learned that F.P did not answer some questions about the accident by saying “I don’t remember”.
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