Pakistani pilot licenses are unquestionable: PALPA

Pakistan Airline Pilots Association (PALPA) has said that airline transport pilot license (ATPL) of any Pakistani pilot is neither suspicious nor fake and today our position has been accepted.

According to media sources, Hassan Nasir Jamy, Director General (DG) of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), acknowledged this fact in a letter to the DG Civil Aviation Regulation of the Sultanate of Oman.

According to the letter of DG CAA (No. HQCAA/1000/001/DGCA), none of the pilot licenses are fake.

PALPA said that the Minister of Aviation, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) management and the CAA had not been able to resolve the issue amicably, which created the wrong impression.

It may be recalled that yesterday, PALPA had announced to challenge the list of 262 suspected pilot licenses presented by the government in the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP). Furthermore, PALPA says the government has named 171 pilots so far, while 91 pilots have not been named yet.

It may be recalled that the government had issued a list of 262 pilots, including 141 pilots of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), on charges of fake or suspicious licenses.

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