ISLAMABAD: A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter jet F7-PG crashed in Jamrud, Khyber Agency, officials said on Saturday. According to initial reports, the pilots were not hurt in the incident. Officials claim the aircraft crashed due to a technical fault. Last year, a PAF fighter jet F7-PG crashed near Mastung during what officials described as a routine training operation. The pilot managed to eject to safety. According to a spokesperson for PAF’s Samungli Airbase in Quetta, “The F7-PG fighter jet was on a routine training mission when its engine caught fire and crashed on a fray near Mastung.” “The pilot, flight lieutenant Yasir, ejected himself from the plane safely while no loss of life and property was reported in the incident,” he added. Air force officials, Frontier Corps and Levies rushed to spot soon after the crash and cordoned the area.