The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Association (IFALPA) calls Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar’s announcement”reckless” and provides to help Pakistan in the continuing investigation of flight PK 8303.
The organization also supplied to be a part of almost any task force that’s made to handle the licensing scandal too. The ministry had sent ripples from the global aviation sector when he said that approximately 30percent of those pilots in Pakistan have got permits to fly through dubious means.
From the letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, dated July 7, a copy of which can be obtained with Geo.tv, the Canada-based organization suggests providing its experience to assist probe the Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) flight which crashed in May murdering 97 individuals.
“We’re not here to blame but to provide our experience to discover the truth,” wrote Captain Jack Netskar, president of IFALPA, to”improve aviation security and reestablish confidence in the Pakistani aviation program.”
“The global pilot community is deeply worried regarding the unfounded statements created from the Pakistani Minister for Aviation announcing that many Pakistani industrial pilots maintain licenses which, in their own words, ‘ are’fake’,” the letter adds,”We find those statements about the verge of becoming reckless not simply for the folks called, but also for Pakistan and its capacity to keep on operating international air services”
The president of IFALPA admits there are issues inside the PIA, however, adds that these issues can be managed the support of independent foreign bodies like IFALPA, IATA and ICAO.
“It’s our desire to see PIA return to its historic place as a aviation pioneer in the area. We need this to the people of Pakistan, the workers of PIA and also our PALPA colleagues”
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Association (IFALPA) signifies over 140,000 professional pilots across the planet in almost 100 nations. The Pakistani Airline Pilots Association (PALPA) can be a part of IFALPA.