Pakistan International Airlines grounds about 150 pilots in licence probe: official

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2020/06/26 | 385 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Pakistan International Airlines said Thursday it had grounded almost a third of its pilots for holding fake or dubious licences, a month after one of its planes crashed into houses killing 98 people.The move comes after the government released a preliminary report into the May 22 crash in Karachi.Investigators largely blamed the two pilots, who ignored flight protocols and had been discussing the coronavirus outbreak when they first attempted to land the Airbus A320.PIA spokesman Abdullah Ha...(…)

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