A Pakistani International Airlines flight carrying over a hundred people crashed on Friday in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi.
According to the local health authorities, at least 76 bodies have been recovered.
So far, at least two people have survived from the crash and are now reportedly receiving treatment at public hospitals.
The crash resulted from technical problems.
In an audio recording of aircraft communications,the pilot told air traffic control in Karachi that he had lost engines before the crash.
The aircraft had been flying from the eastern city of Lahore to Karachi in the south when it disappeared from radar.