The licenses of 96 out of 104 pilots verified on request of foreign airlines and authorities

The acting Director-General of the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority Hassan Nasir Jamy said that the department has already verified the documents of as many as 96 Pakistani pilots.

According to the details, the PCAA verified the licenses of 96 Pakistani pilots out of 104 names received from the several civil aviation authorities and other foreign airlines.

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Hassan Nasir Jamy, who is also the aviation secretary, sent a letter to the Public Authority for Civil Aviation of Oman in order to respond to their concerns regarding the issue of suspicious licenses of the Pakistani pilot working in their airline.

In his letter, Mr. Hassan apprised the aviation authority of Oman that the Aviation Division and the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority have embarked on the drive to ensure the safety and security of the passengers and the operations of the airlines in line with the government of Pakistan resolve on the accountability and reforms’ agenda.

He further stated that the decision was taken in continuation of ensuring transparency, merit, and competence in all sectors.

The acting Director-General of the PCAA has vowed that through an established inspections and audits system, the aviation authorities of the country will fully comply with the standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

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