Government stops CAA from suspending PIA’s airport services
The federal government has ordered Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to stop strict measures against Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), reported 24NewsHD TV on Tuesday.
The payment letter was approved due to the problems faced by the PIA as the result of the coronavirus pandemic.
About this matter, the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) Director of Finance has written a letter to the Chief Financial Officer of PIA,
In the payment plan, it has been directed to defer the decision of CAA to collect the charges related to PIA passengers from October 1.
According to sources, on the instructions of the federal government, the CAA headquarters has also stopped all airport managers from charging PIA passengers.
PIA owes Rs 127 billion to the Civil Aviation Authority, sources told.