PK8303

Will Pakistan International Airlines survive its troubles?

The troubled Pakistan International Airlines has a lot of ground to cover in terms of its recovery, including a very damaged reputation in the backdrop of the current crisis....


After alarming report, PIA takes action on “fake pilot licenses”

The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority carried out an investigation that found that 40% of pilots in the country held fake pilot licenses. In response to the findings, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) suspended 150 of its 426 pilots pending further investigation....


Evidence from PIA PK8303 black boxes to be made public

Pakistani experts investigating the crash of PIA flight PK8303 returned from Le Bourget, France with the evidence extracted from the cockpit voice and flight data recorders by the French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA)....


Investigators find missing PIA PK8303 black box

The investigators working on the downed Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) A320 crash site found the missing black box, the cockpit voice recorder. A day after denying the earlier-found black box was sent out of the country, French authorities have now confirmed that both flight recorders would be analyzed in France. ...


PIA urges patience as flight PK8303 crash speculation soar

Pakistan International Airlines is urging to avoid speculation about probable causes that might have led to the flight PK8303 crash. The appeal comes following a release of what is alleged to be the recording of the A320 pilot’s last conversion with the ATC and headlines in various media sources claiming he ignored three warnings of the controllers just before the downing. ...