Tag Archives: PIA

Pakistan: Why Good Advisers Matter?

A leader of consequence needs an adviser or advisers to take sane council from, particularly in times of distress. Individuals and/or groups can expert major influences without being the actual leaders but if they look towards their personal interests, and not of their leader, they can cause havoc.

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Travels at the Expense of the National Exchequer

One official of Pakistani government shares his experience of how the country’s powerful ruling political elite abuse their position to enjoy undue perks in violation of laws of the land.

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Pakistan’s National Carrier is Re-engaging

Beset by extraordinary interference over the years, both during military and civilian rule, anyone who thought two years ago that Pakistan’s national flag carrier the PIA would survive without declaring bankruptcy had to have his head examined. Even Malaysian Airlines has gone that route.  Two years later, there is a glimmer of hope for PIA’s revival.

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Pakistan: Protecting the Economic Skies

Pakistan’s powerful aviation mafia consisting of both public and private sector interest has pushed the country’s national flag carrier to the brink. But one analyst believes Pakistan will succeed in making the Pakistan International Airlines a profitable entity only if appointments are made on merit in PIA and and the civil aviation administration.

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