Islamabad: The European Union commission refused to lift the ban on Pakistani aircraft flights.
According to the details, the European Union refused to lift the ban on Pakistani aircraft, including the PIA.
European Union says that in order to make the procedure for Pakistani aviation pilot license transparent, the issuance of a pilot license in Pakistan must be made foolproof.
The EU Commission said that Pakistan would take steps to improve aviation safety.
The EU Commission has written a letter to the DGCA asking for better licensing procedures and safety management.
The Commission says they will continue to help Pakistan improve safety measures.
Note that on June 30, the European Union’s Air Safety Agency suspended Pakistan Airlines’ air operation permit for European countries for six months.
The PIA’s Europe-bound flights were cancelled, but the respite was to continue until July 3 flights of the national airline of Pakistan’s efforts.
PIA spokesman said that EU commission is taking steps to address air safety concerns, with government and administrative measures expected to end the suspension soon.