Pakistani pilots deny gov’t claim of obtaining fake licenses

Jun 27, 2020 | News

KARACHI, Pakistan — A union of Pakistani pilots fired back Saturday at the country’s aviation minister after he claimed that as many as 262 pilots working for state-run Pakistan International Airlines and other airlines obtained their pilot licenses by having others take exams for them.

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