The United Nations has reportedly barred its staff from traveling on any Pakistani airline. This decision was made due to suspicious license investigation, according to reports.
The United Nations has warned its staff around the world not to travel on any airline registered in Pakistan, including the national airline, citing suspicious flying licenses, according to a report in the national daily Jang.
An advisory issued by the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS), a copy of which is available with The News, states that, in view of the investigation into the suspicious license issued by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). UN has cautioned not to travel through Pakistan’s registered air operators. The United Nations has allowed its staff to travel through Afghanistan’s registered, Kam Air.
The warning was aimed at preventing UN staff working in Pakistan from traveling locally on any Pakistani airline, but sources said the UN had allowed its staff to travel via SereneAir.
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