Over the alleged forged licenses of pilots, The United Nations has restricted all its staff across the world to avoid travelling on Pakistan-registered airline, including the Pakistan International Airline (PIA),
According to the UN Security Management System (UNSMS) advisory issued for its staff “Due to an ongoing investigation of the CAA [Civil Aviation Authority] Pakistan due to dubious licenses caution is advised on the use of Pakistan-registered air operators,”
The UNSMS advisory has been issued for all Pakistan-registered airlines and has been recommended to all the United Nation agencies, including the UN Development Programme, World Health Organization, UN High Commission for Refugees, Food and Agriculture Organization, UN Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization and others.
As per to the reports, the orders were issued sometime after the Pakistan aviation minister had dropped a bombshell alleging that hundreds of Pakistani pilots had dubious licences.
Under the newly issued advisory, the United Nations (UN) personnel have been restricted from travelling by any Pakistan-registered carriers even domestically.
According to the UNSMS the Pakistan-registered airlines listed in the advisory include Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Air Eagle, Air Indus, Air Blue, Aircraft Sales and Services, Askari Aviation, Hawk Adventure Air, Hybrid Aviation, IAMC Airline, Meezab Aviation, Rayyan Air, Serene Air, Star Air Aviation and Vision Air International.
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