KARACHI: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) suspends licenses of 34 more pilots of the Pakistan International Airline (PIA) for holding fake degrees.
The notification issued by CAA, The licenses will remain suspended till the inquiry against the piilots has not been completed.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) bars Pakistan Internation Airline (PIA) to be operational in member states.
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Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has grounded 150 pilots after it was revealed that 150 of its pilots held suspicious or fake licenses according to the company’s spokesperson.
This revelation came after the Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan said that there were 262 pilots in Pakistan having suspicious flying licenses who should be grounded immediately.
According to the Minister of Aviation many of these pilots have managed to get licenses but did not appear in any paper so the government has decided to issue them notices making sure that they cannot fly until investigated.
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