KARACHI: PIA has decided not to appeal against the European Aviation Safety Agency’s decision to ban flights for six months.
According to the details, PIA has decided not to appeal against the decision of the European Aviation Safety Agency to ban flights for 6 months.
The sources said that the decision of the CAA Safety and Quality Management System will be awaited. There are also objections.
According to sources, the CAA, as a regulator, is likely to oppose the decision on the appeal without clearance.
The spokesman said that PIA would file an appeal for the European Aviation Safety Agency in due course, adding that PIA had completed preparations for the appeal.
It may be recalled that the ban on flights was imposed by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency in July, PIA was given an opportunity to file an appeal against the ban decision, suspicious licenses.
It may be recalled that the Aviation Minister had revealed in a speech in Parliament on June 30 that the licenses of 150 PIA pilots were suspicious.
Ghulam Sarwari Khan, while presenting the report of the plane that crashed in Karachi on May 22 in Parliament, had informed about the fake licenses of the pilots.
The PIA was later banned by several countries, including the European Union and the United Kingdom.