A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661 carrying more than 40 passengers crashed on the way to Islamabad from Chitral on Wednesday.

There were 31 men, nine women and two infants onboard the ill-fated flight.

The passenger list is below:

Pakistan International Airlines Passenger Manifest

Flight/Date – PK 0661 07DEC16

FROM CHITRAL─PAKISTAN ISLAMABAD─PAKISTAN

  1. Abid Qaiser

  2. Ahsan SS

  3. Ahtiram ul Haq

  4. Aisha

  5. Akbar Ali

  6. Akhtar Mehmood

  7. Amir Shoukat

  8. Amna Ahmed

  9. Maahrukh Ahmed

  10. Asim Waqas

  11. Ateeq Muhammad

  12. Farah Naz

  13. Farhat Aziz

  14. Gohar Ali

  15. Gul Norani

  16. Haji Nawaz

  17. Han Qiang

  18. Harald Kessler

  19. Hassan Ali

  20. Herwig Eichelbenger

  21. Junaid Nayha

  22. Khan Junaid Jamshed

  23. Mehmood Atud

  24. Mirza Gul

  25. Farhan Ali

  26. Muhammad Ali Khan

  27. Muhammad Khalid Masood

  28. Muhammad Khan

  29. Muhammad Khawar

  30. Muhammad Nouman Shafique

  31. Muhammad Takbeer Khan

  32. Nisar Uddin

  33. Osama Ahmed Warraich

  34. Rani Mehreen

  35. Salman Zainulabidin

  36. Sami SA

  37. Samina Gul

  38. Shamshad Begum

  39. Taiba Aziz

  40. Taimoor Arshid

  41. Umara Khan

  42. Zahida Perveen

Total Passengers

Male – 31 Female ─ 9 Infants ─ 2


Following are the pictures of some of those who were onboard:

Junaid Jamshed, the celebrated cultural icon was onboard PK661 with his wife Nayha Junaid.
Junaid Jamshed, the celebrated cultural icon was onboard PK661 with his wife Nayha Junaid.
DC Chitral Osama Ahmed Warraich was accompanied by his wife Amna Ahmed and their daughter Mahrukh Ahmed.
DC Chitral Osama Ahmed Warraich was accompanied by his wife Amna Ahmed and their daughter Mahrukh Ahmed.
Ahtiramul Haq was a graduate of Karachi University and had recently become a husband. Ahtiramul Haq was also a keen polo player.
Ahtiramul Haq was a graduate of Karachi University and had recently become a husband. Ahtiramul Haq was also a keen polo player.
Salman
Salman
Aisha was enroute to Islamabad where she had planned to collect her educational certificates. “She was very happy,” a relative of Aysha, Samiullah, told Dawn.Com. “She was in the middle of preparing her travel documents, planning to go to Canada to be with her husband,” he added.
Aisha was enroute to Islamabad where she had planned to collect her educational certificates. “She was very happy,” a relative of Aysha, Samiullah, told Dawn.Com. “She was in the middle of preparing her travel documents, planning to go to Canada to be with her husband,” he added.
Nouman Shafique is remembered by his friends as a "very talented engineer". He studied at COMSATS university.
Nouman Shafique is remembered by his friends as a "very talented engineer". He studied at COMSATS university.
Muhammad Khawar Sohail, a member of the Christian community was dubbed as a "dedicated insafian".
Muhammad Khawar Sohail, a member of the Christian community was dubbed as a "dedicated insafian".
Farhad Aziz, on the ill-fated PK661 was accompanied by his daughter Taiba Aziz. Farhad, a school teacher at Laglands School and College, Chitral, is remembered by his friends and colleagues as "a person with a fine mind, great integrity, independence of throught and above all, tremendous panache."
Farhad Aziz, on the ill-fated PK661 was accompanied by his daughter Taiba Aziz. Farhad, a school teacher at Laglands School and College, Chitral, is remembered by his friends and colleagues as "a person with a fine mind, great integrity, independence of throught and above all, tremendous panache."
Ahmed Mansoor Janjua, besides being a pilot was an aspiring footballer. His friends recall him to be "one of the most happiest and fun loving people.” He was registered with the Overseas Football Club, DFA East Karachi.
Ahmed Mansoor Janjua, besides being a pilot was an aspiring footballer. His friends recall him to be "one of the most happiest and fun loving people.” He was registered with the Overseas Football Club, DFA East Karachi.
Captain Saleh Janjua was a family man. He wasn't the first in his family to serve in PIA.
Captain Saleh Janjua was a family man. He wasn't the first in his family to serve in PIA.
Sadaf Farooq
Sadaf Farooq
Asma Adil is survived by her two children.
Asma Adil is survived by her two children.
Aly Akram
Aly Akram

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