The Civil Aviation Authority has updated the accountability roster of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and added the suspended pilots who’ve been cleared.

According to the small print, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has cleared 27 out of 96 pilots suspended in the middle of the uncertain licenses inquiry.

The PIA spokesperson Abdullah Hafeez Khan talked about {{that a}} final alternative on this regard could be taken as quickly as they receive the itemizing of the pilots cleared for his or her licenses after the inquiry.

It is to well-known that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has suspended licenses of 34 additional pilots of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) for holding fake ranges.

According to a notification issued by the CAA, licenses will keep suspended till the inquiry in opposition to the pilots has not been completed.

Separately, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) ordered its member states to bar Pakistani pilots from working.

According to the small print, EASA has requested its member nations for particulars of Pakistani pilots. The letter despatched to the member states by EASA acknowledged that the CAA has revealed irregularities throughout the issuance of 40% of licences.

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