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Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by Abbas Ali » Fri May 12, 2017 6:39 pm

According to Aviation Division Statement:

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* Investigation is ongoing against three PIA pilots.

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* The three pilots are:

Anwar Adil - Reports claiming PIA Karachi to Medina flight PK-743 operated with extra passengers.

Aamir Hashmi - Reports claiming he was sleeping in Business Class in airborne flight PK-785 from Islamabad to London.

Shahzad Aziz - Reports claiming a Chinese female passenger allowed to visit cockpit of aircraft performing Tokyo to Beijing flight PK-853

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* Adviser to the Prime Minister on Aviation Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan Abbasi has contacted inquiry team(s) and advised them to complete their investigation work quickly.

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Re: Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by Khan747 » Fri May 12, 2017 8:03 pm

Although I feel the last two are insignificant but the love the word "inquiry" in Pakistan with same known results i.e. All Clear
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Re: Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by umar744 » Sat May 13, 2017 7:24 pm

there nothing do wrong with three pilots. There FAULT by computer system ERROR due to computer virus and hacker and technical fault why blame to all staff and pilots. computer always problem

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Re: Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by Abbas Ali » Wed May 17, 2017 8:36 pm

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The three pilots are currently grounded and undergoing investigation process, according to the Adviser to the Prime Minister on Aviation Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan Abbasi statement on Geo News.

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Re: Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by Abbas Ali » Fri May 19, 2017 11:11 am

According to following news report, a senate committee was informed that pilots of flights PK-785 and PK-853 have been grounded.

Fake degree case is also under process against PK-853 pilot who has taken stay order on this matter from Sindh High Court (SHC)

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Post by Abbas Ali » Wed Apr 17, 2019 1:20 pm

Bailable arrest warrants out for PIA CEO, other officers over 'contempt of court'

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April 16, 2019


A civil court in Lahore issued bailable warrants for the arrest of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik and three other officers for "contempt of court", it emerged on Tuesday.

Civil Judge Muhammad Akram Azad issued the warrants because of the PIA officers' failure to submit a compliance report regarding the court's verdict from January, which was issued on a petition filed by a sacked pilot.

Captain Shahzad Aziz, through his counsel Advocate Nabeel Javed Kahloon, had challenged his dismissal from PIA in the civil court, saying the respondents had removed him from service illegally and with "mala fide intentions" in January.

The court had ordered that Aziz be restored to his position and a compliance report be submitted. When its orders were not implemented, contempt of court proceedings were initiated against the PIA leadership.

After they failed to appear before the judge for the contempt of court hearing, judge Azad on Monday issued bailable arrest warrants against the PIA chief executive, Director Flight Operations Captain Uzair Khan, Chief Pilot Captain Ali Zamman and Chief Human Resource Officer Air Vice Marshal Subhan Nazir Syed.

The judge directed authorities to arrest the respondents and produce them at the next hearing on April 24.

PIA Spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar told Dawn that "the PIACL respects the honourable courts and will act in accordance with law."

Source: DAWN

Court issues arrest warrants of PIA CEO, other officers

April 17, 2019
A civil court in Lahore has issued bailable arrest warrants for Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik and three other officers for "contempt of court", citing their failure to submit a compliance report over a controversy involving a pilot inviting an unauthorised passenger into the cockpit.

Captain Shahzad Aziz, who was sacked after a video of a Chinese woman entering and exiting the cockpit of a PIA aircraft went viral in 2017, had challenged his dismissal in the civil court. After hearing his petition, the court had ordered that Aziz be restored to his position and a compliance report be submitted.

Civil Judge Muhammad Akram Azad issued the warrants against the PIA chief executive, Director Flight Operations Captain Uzair Khan, Chief Pilot Captain Ali Zamman and Chief Human Resource Officer Air Vice Marshal Subhan Nazir Syed, after the officers failed to submit a compliance report over the matter and did not appear before the judge for contempt of court hearing.

The court further directed authorities to produce the officers at the next hearing on April 24.

Captain Shahzad Aziz was suspended by PIA after he invited a Chinese woman during PIA flight PK-853 from Tokyo to Beijing in May 2017 into the cockpit.

The woman, who was not authorised into the cabin area, had stayed inside the cockpit with the pilot and first officer for over two hours, coming out only after the plane landed.

PIA authorities had acknowledged that Aziz had been a controversial figure, and had cases against him pertaining to sexual harassment and violation of rules. He also reportedly has a fake degree case against him.

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Re: Investigation Ongoing Against Three PIA Pilots - Says Aviation Division

Post by Abbas Ali » Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:58 pm

Lahore sessions court suspends arrest warrants issued for PIA CEO, three others

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April 17, 2019


A sessions court in Lahore suspended the arrest warrants earlier issued by a civil court against Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik and three other officers for not attending proceedings of a contempt of court plea against them, it emerged on Wednesday.

The PIA chief executive and the other officers had challenged the contempt proceedings and issuance of their bailable arrest warrants by Civil Judge Muhammad Akram Azad.

Additional District and Sessions Judge Abid Ali on Tuesday admitted their petition for regular hearing and suspended implementation on the arrest warrants.

A sacked pilot, Capt Mian Shahzad Aziz had filed the contempt petition against the PIA officials for not reinstating his services despite a court order.

PIA CEO Malik, Director Flight Operations Capt Uzair Khan, Chief Pilot Capt Ali Zamman and Chief Human Resource Officer Air Vice Marshal Subhan Nazir Syed in their petition in the sessions court stated that the civil court did not fulfil legal requisites while issuing their arrest warrants.

They requested the court to declare the "illegal" issuance of the warrants by the civil judge as null and void.

After a preliminary hearing, Judge Ali admitted the petition for hearing on April 20 and issued a notice to Aziz to submit his reply in the matter.

Source: DAWN
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