PIA sacks five more pilots over bogus licences


KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Monday terminated five more pilots for possessing bogus flying licences.

According to a notification issued by PIA, the national flag carrier has dismissed 63 employees, including those having fake or tampered degrees; for breaching rules and prolonged absence during the month of July-2020.

Out of the 63 employees, 28 were sacked over possession of fake or tampered degrees, 27 over prolonged and unauthorised absence, two over embezzlement, one for inefficiency, and five pilots over bogus flying license.

Earlier on July 13, PIA had dismissed 49 employees from service on the charges of possessing fake degrees and disciplinary issues during the last month.


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