PAF, PIA join hands to facilitate stranded Pakistanis abroad

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AMRAIZ KHAN
LAHORE Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has provided C_130 transport plane to carry PIA pilots who volunteered to fly sorties bringing back stranded Pakistanis from abroad due to COVID 19 outbreak. The arrangements were made by Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan HI (M) on request of CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik. It is worth mentioning here that the pilots flying in from Karachi to Islamabad will be part of the PIAs relief operations. These pilots volunteered themselves to thwart away undue pressure imposed by few self oriented individuals on the management. Speaking on the occasion CEO PIA thanked the Air Chief, Officers and staff of the Pakistan Air Force for always stepping forward in the time of need as these pilots were critical for resuming flights for affected countrymen. He also reiterated to the nation that so long such dedicated volunteers are there, PIA will never desert the people of Pakistan and will do everything within our grasp to serve this great nation

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