A Pakistani passenger plane carrying more than 40 people on a domestic flight has crashed in the north of the country, officials say.
Laiq Shah, a senior police official in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province, said the Pakistan International Airlines flight crashed on December 7 in that region, near the town of Havelian.
Officials did not say whether there were any survivors.
Flight PK-661 lost contact with air traffic controllers on its way from the northern city of Chitral to Islamabad, Pakistan International Airlines said.
Local media reports said a total of 47 passengers and crew were on board the plane.
With reporting by RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal, Reuters, AP, and AFP