Islamabad, August 4
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) final month sacked 63 of its staff, together with 5 pilots, on prices of pretend levels, embezzlement and absence from responsibility.
All 5 of the sacked pilots had been holding faux licences, stated PIA spokesperson Abdullah Khan, including that each one the workers had been dismissed in accordance to the regulation.
Last month, the airline had sacked 17 pilots, together with 12 captains after they had been discovered to be having ‘doubtful’ flying licences. — PTI