Pakistan Air Line Pilots' Association
LONG LIVE THE UNITY OF PILOTS
Pakistan Air Line Pilots Association (PALPA) is a professional body representing the permanently employed pilots in the National Airline. It was formed in 1954 and is the member of International Federation of Air Line Pilots Association (IFALPA) and ITF. PALPA is an important member of these world bodies and our pilots have been significant members of these renowned world bodies.
About PALPA

Secretary illegally working as acting CAA DG: IHC

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Minister stands by his remarks on pilot licences

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Centre assures IHC: Vacant post of CAA DG to be filled on permanent basis soon

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7,000 PIA employees will be voluntarily laid off: Sarwar

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PIA weighs Rs20bln sukuk to overcome liquidity crisis

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Executive Committee
Principal Office Bearers

President

Capt. Chaudhry Salman Riaz

Vice President

Capt. Bijarani

General Secretary

Capt. Narejo

Joint Secretary-I

Capt. Qasim Qadir

Joint Secretary-II

Capt. Humayun Malik

Joint Secretary-III

FO Mudassar Mushtaq

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PALPA to challenge list of 262 pilots in SC

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Airlines Pilots Association (PALPA) is going to challenge in the Supreme Court (SC) the list of 262 pilots provided by the government claiming that they had suspicious flying licences. Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan had told the...

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Address

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Kehkashan, Clifton,
Karachi – 75600
Pakistan.