EASA has banned Pakistan International Airlines from European airspace
After the tragic accident in Pakistan, the investigation revealed many other irregularities in commercial aviation in the country in question. Pakistani Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar said:about 40% of Pakistani pilots have fake flight licenses".
EASA has banned access to Pakistan International Airlines
Following these statements, the responsible aviation institutions raised an eyebrow and took the first steps. And the first really important reaction came from EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency).
It has temporarily suspended the access of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and Vision Air International to European airspace. That we just don't want plane crashes / accidents in Europe.
As of July 1 and for 6 months, all aircraft registered and operated by Pakistani airlines are no longer allowed to fly in European airspace.
Meanwhile, the Pakistani authorities must take action and stop the issuance of false diplomas, withdraw false licenses and record all pilots with such problems on the ground. The Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has revealed that 262 out of 860 active Pakistani pilots have fake diplomas. Pakistan International Airlines immediately suspended 150 of the 426 pilots.