The series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: ReutersThe series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: Reuters
The series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: Reuters

Pakistan’s broken airline on its knees after crash, fake pilot scandal and impact of coronavirus

  • Pakistan International Airlines crew were deemed responsible for deadly crash in Karachi in May, followed by admission many pilots had fake licences
  • PIA is also the most likely airline in the world to fail in the absence of a bailout as Covid-19 cuts demand for air travel, analysts say

Topic |   Aviation
The series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: ReutersThe series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: Reuters
The series of disasters at PIA has galvanised the government to speed up reform of the industry in Pakistan. Photo: Reuters
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