Pakistan clears licences of 35 pilots working in Qatar Airways

By: News Desk      Published: 02:04 PM, 16 Jul, 2020
Pakistan clears licences of 35 pilots working in Qatar Airways

Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) announced on Thursday that it has verified and okayed licences of 35 pilots working in Qatar Airways, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Qatar Airways had requested for the confirmation of the licences of the 35 pilots on 13 July. PCAA sending good news to the pilots enrolled in Qatar Airways has dispatched a list of the all 35 pilots and said they processed and verified their licences.

PCAA has announced that list of other four pilots’ licences of the Qatar Airways will be verified and conveyed in next seven days.

Earlier on Tuesday, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) had said that it had verified and okayed licences of 21 pilots working in Oman's Salam Air and Hong Kong Air.

Oman Civil Aviation Authority had written a letter to PCAA director-general for verification of the licences of the Pakistani pilots working in Salam Air.

Pakistan’s aviation regulator verified the licences of the Omani CAA Captain Fawad Shehab, Sheikh Saif Allah, Mohammad Bilal Malik, Muhammad Javed, Muhammad Rashid, Captain Muhammad Athar Iqbal, Muhammad Asif, Farhan Khan, Babar Sultan, Farrukh Bhatti, Sajjad Malik, Zia-ul-Haq, Captain Natasha Sultan, Abbas Rizvi, Umar Jaffer and others.

Pakistani pilots working in Hong Kong Air have also been verified and cleared for flying. PCAA on Tuesday verified licences of three Pakistani pilots serving in Hong Kong Air.