EASA Team Expected to Visit Pakistan in May/June

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Re: EASA Team Expected to Visit Pakistan in May/June

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Urdu daily Dunya - June 7, 2022, edition.

European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will review PIA IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) result.

However, PIA will have to undergo EASA audit to regain third country operations (TCO) authorization for Europe flights.

European Union (EU) third country operations (TCO) authorizations for Pakistan-origin airlines is revoked since July 2020.

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Re: EASA Team Expected to Visit Pakistan in May/June

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I hope PIA fly back to London coming soon and I hope fly PIA again

I read news website https://news.sky.com/story/british-airw ... b-12578731
and surprised in UK here happened.

my cousin retired Captain PIA 777 said hopefully end of October 2022 will start fly to UK when approval

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Re: EASA Team Expected to Visit Pakistan in May/June

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InshaAllah. Lets hope it's sooner rather than later. Here in the North of England (Manchester) we need a daily direct flight to Islamabad. There is so much demand on this route and thanks to incompetent Ghulam Sarwar we no longer have that.

Let hope it all changes soon. Any latest on EASA visit?

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Re: EASA Team Expected to Visit Pakistan in May/June

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2 years gone by no update still when flight ban will be lifted

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EASA will respond if PCAA ban all EASA state reg a/c in Pak Airspace.
They’ll be knocking on the door next day. As many European airlines use Pak airspace for eastern destinations.
Yes it be economically risky but there’s no loss, as Pak civil aviation in a mess as it is.