It was reported that an investigation by Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) into the authenticity of 282 commercial pilots’ licences found that 82 held fake or illegally obtained documentation, with 32 of these having cheated in their airline transport pilot licence exams. These 32 have had their flying rights suspended for a year and the remaining 50 have been permanently banned from flying. The investigation was launched following a fatal crash on 22 May.
ALREADY SUBSCRIBED then enter your LOGIN – Or NEW then SUBSCRIBE HERE
Aviation Security International publishes news, features, data and reports that help enhance the security of the aviation industry. Therefore we need to qualify all our readers by asking them to SUBSCRIBE to access back copies of the journal and/or obtain the printed version. SUBSCRIBE HERE or contact email@example.com or call +34 91 623 7969 if you wish to renew an existing subscription.
- DIGITAL ONLY - Website access and Includes the current and back copies as a DIGITAL PDFs
- PRINT ONLY - PRINT copy in the MAIL/POST.
- PRINT & DIGITAL - PRINT copy in the MAIL/POST, DIGITAL PDFs AND all WEBSITE news.
- MOBILE/TABLET - For Apple/IOS access goto www.asi-mag.com/iOS