Pakistan airline suspends 150 pilots over alleged licence fraud
Pakistan International Airlines has grounded a third of its pilots after an investigation found they cheated to get their licenses.
The inquiry found that out of a total of 860 pilots in the country, 262 had someone else sit their exams and another 82 were either underqualified or they forged their certificate.
The people who cheated were discovered after an investigation into a plane crash in May which killed 97 people. The crash was caused by human error .