Pakistani pilot suspected of using false flight license?
U.S. revokes Pakistan Airlines' direct non-stop operation permit
On July 10, according to local media reports, the Pakistani pilot was suspected of continuing to use false flight licenses, and the US Department of Transportation has revoked the direct US license of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
An email from the U.S. Department of Transportation to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) officials shows that because the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority recently confirmed that major aviation safety incidents are related to fake flight licenses of certain Pakistani pilots, the U.S. Department of Transportation Decided to revoke the 12 non-stop US-approved flights operated by Pakistan International Airlines approved in April.
Since April, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has carried out six flights to different cities in the United States to pick up Pakistanis stranded in the United States due to the COVID-19 epidemic. (Reporter Cui Ru)