The Pakistan International Airline (PIA) sacked 60 pilots on Tuesday, out of which 28 had faux flying licences.
Twenty-seven totally different employees had been fired over uninformed absences whereas 5 pilots had been despatched dwelling after their licenses had been suspected to be faux.
According to PIA’s spokesperson, Recently, two employees involved in corruption all through the agency had been moreover fired and one different employee was sacked over the inefficiency and carelessness.
The airline has been very express about its employees following the coronavirus SOPs. They have, attributable to this truth, launched cash rewards and increments for all people who implement the protocols.
The spokesperson added that 13 pilots have been appreciated for his or her suppliers whereas promotion had been granted to 2 others.
PIA bought right here beneath strict scrutiny after a flight carrying 99 passengers crashed in Karachi on May 22. Ninety-seven people had been killed and later, an preliminary investigation report held the pilots accountable for the accident.
Earlier in June, Federal Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan had launched in a National Assembly session that 262 out of 860 PIA pilots are suspected to have faux licenses and 150 pilots have been sacked over it.
He had moreover said that hiring throughout the agency occurred on the thought of political affiliations.