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PIA ensures safety of passengers before take off: MD PIA

Pakistan Air Lines (PIA) takes good care of security and safety of the passengers before the take off of international and domestic flights, said Managing Director of the national airline, Muhammad Junaid Younus.
He further said that they would be increasing number of flights on lucrative routes and starting flights for new places from next month.
He was talking to the participant on the concluding ceremony of a two-week course on the topic of safety organised by Society of Air Safety investigator (SASI) Pakistan at PIA training centre here.
He lauded the efforts of the SASI for working in the field of air safety along with Pakistan Aviation experts.
Talking to media after the ceremony, the MD PIA said that the national airline would raise number of flights on profitable routes and start flights for new destinations in November.
Speaking on the accasion, President SASI Pakistan chapter, Commander (Retd) Syed Naseem Ahmed said that they have paid full attention to two points after the Bhoja Crash i.e. financial help of the families of the affectees and creating awareness about the air safety.



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4 Comments

  1. Malick said:

    Does the MD have powers to fire corrupt men who enjoy blessings of MQM or PPP and have played havoc with PIA in terms of revenue pilferage, foreign postings, recruitment and procurement of technical spares and flight kitchen items.

    • Lazim said:

      This will surely happen even if PMLN or PTI comes to power. They will also place their own persons like PMLN did in their past tenure. Need is to change cultural environment. In this country corruption is a measure of efficiency in the eyes of his family and relatives. In USA, UK and other countries ruling parties do place their men in important positions, but their culture is based on competency and performance.

  2. Iraqi Dinar said:

    Talking to media after the ceremony, the MD PIA said that the national airline would raise number of flights on profitable routes and start flights for new destinations in November.

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