Pakistan International Airlines intends to build 12 training centres in all major cities within six months with an overall capacity of 1,200 students per year, according to Shujaat Azeem, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Aviation. Speaking at the inauguration of one training centre at the PIA Complex, Allama Iqbal International Airport, Azeem said that PIA had taken this initiative to support youth as part of its corporate social responsibility. “It will help our youth meet the challenges of airline industry. Lahore’s initiative is the first one while the second centre will be opened in Rawalpindi during this month.

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