PIA likely to restore services of pilots cleared by CAA regarding licences

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The management of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is likely to add those pilots in its duty roster who have been cleared by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regarding their licences.

However, the PIA spokesperson said in a statement that the management of the national carrier has not yet received the list of the pilots cleared for their licences.
It is yet to be disclosed whether the issue of fake licences issued by the Pakistani operators was created by the alleged negligence of the CAA or the aviation minister remained unaware about the wrong credentials of pilots including names and licence numbers.
27 out of 96 aviates from the national carrier turned out to be cleared of any suspicions pertaining the licences.
The aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan had revealed a list of 262 suspected pilots due to their dubious licences, however, the list was not uploaded on the CAA’s official website not the aviation authority took responsibility of it.
 

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