LAHORE - A PIA flight PK-688 made emergency landing at the Allama Iqbal International Airport (AIIAP) on Saturday evening with 40 passengers on board including crewmembers. Seven passengers got minor injuries during the emergency landing. According to a spokesman of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the injured persons were administered first aid by the CAA officials at the medical room. Providing the detailed information, he said while landing at the AIIAP at 7:30 pm, the landing gear of an ATR plane, flight number PK-688, went out of order, due to which the pilot lost control over the plane and it slid down the runway, finally stopping in the adjacent muddy land. However, no loss of life or serious injury was reported, he added. After the incident, the rescue staff of CAA, fire brigade and other teams rushed to the spot to meet any crisis, but the situation remained under controlled, said the CAA official. According to an aviation officer, the PIA fleet includes seven ATR planes out of which four planes are based in Islamabad while remaining are at Karachi. The affected plane is from the federal capital. Sources in the airline have also revealed that certain spare parts of the ATR are not available in Pakistan. On the other hand, PIA has formed an investigation team to find out the causes of the accident and action would be taken against the responsible.