ISLAMABAD:Pakistan International Airline (PIA) and Pakistan Airline Pilots Association (PALPA) have come to an agreement after settling issues and the draft agreement will be sent to Senate’s Standing Committee.
According to details, the issues have been settled in the second round of talks. The PALPA sources said the agreement has also been drafted and will be presented to the Standing Committee of Senate tomorrow (Friday).
Reportedly, the issue of pilots’ seniority has also been settled and that a committee will be formed in this regard. The committee will comprise representatives of PIA and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The PALPA has also withdrawn the demand of removal of Director Flight Operation. The sources said that both parties have agreed on implementation of working agreement.
It merits mentioning here that PALPA had ended 7-day-long strike on Wednesday upon Senate’s Standing Committee’s guarantee.