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PIA acquires a modern A320 simulator

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has acquired the first state-of-the-art Airbus A320 simulator, which will allow pilots to train in the country and save heavy expenses abroad.

PIA CEO Arshad Malik and L3Harris CEO Robin Glover signed an agreement in a ceremony also attended by British Ambassador to Pakistan Christian Turner, according to a statement.

On this occasion, the CEO of L3Harris stressed that with the introduction of modern simulators in Pakistan, the level of pilot training would improve.

British envoy Christian Turner stressed that Pakistan and Britain have cordial relations and deep friendship and that with this modern equipment (simulator), Pakistan’s aviation industry will progress significantly.

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Additionally, PIA CEO Arshad Malik said the national carrier has completed an important project after acquiring the latest simulator.

PIA had devoted a lot of resources to overseas training and refresher courses, and now this facility would not only be of benefit to the airline’s pilots, but also to other international airlines, he said. he declares. Malik revealed that a simulator complex is being installed at Karachi Airport where all airlines, Civil Aviation Authority offices and training centers operate.