Pakistan’s aeronautics authority has suspended another 68 pilots for having questionable licenses, taking the quantity of those taken off the clock for flying with counterfeit accreditations in the nation to 161. They were suspended by the Aviation Division on Monday, the Dawn paper announced.
The suspended people are among the 262 pilots, who were grounded and put under scrutiny by the flight service a month ago, for having dubious licenses, as per the paper.
Other than the 161 flying licenses that have been suspended up until this point, 28 licenses have been dropped. The choice on the staying 73 pilots is normal inside the following two days.
The administration was relied upon to introduce a report on July 21 under the steady gaze of the Supreme Court on measures being taken for the wellbeing of air explorers after Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan had declared in the National Assembly that the licenses of upwards of 262 Pakistani pilots were questionable.