The Civil Aviation Authority has revealed that Pakistan will be hiring a UK company to acquire license tests of pilots.
According to CAA, British company UKCI will conduct licence tests for Pakistani pilots against £6 million as per the proposed agreement.
However, a flying school is not satisfied with this decision of hiring UK firm to conduct license examinations.
The students who will appear for the exam will pay the fee in pounds.
The International Civil Aviation Organization had barred the CAA from conducting pilot licence exams after the controversial statement of Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan over fake licences of pilots, following the PIA aircraft crash in Karachi in 2020.