The inaugural examinations took place during week commencing 9th May at Karachi Technologies and Testing Services (KTTS) – Pakistan’s largest dedicated Exam Centre for online and computer-based exams. The exams were supervised by CAAi and the British Council. Candidates sat the computer-generated exams, with applicants producing good results.
In 2021, CAAi was awarded a three-year contract to supply electronic examination services to PCAA. The agreement covers the provision of Flight Crew Licensing examinations for the issue of a National Pakistan licence. These include Private, Commercial and Airline Transport Pilot Licence examinations. The exams are delivered via a computer-based exam system provided by CAAi and technology partner, Aspeq. Based on UK and European standards, the exams utilise CAAi question banks aligned with PCAA requirements to reflect the PCAA national aviation legalisation and other specific operating procedures.
Speaking after the examinations, Matthew Margesson, Head of International Operations at CAAi, said:
“We are delighted to have successfully launched Flight Crew Licensing e-Exams in Pakistan and have been impressed with the calibre of candidates attending exams. The provision of this exam service to PCAA by CAAi, working with the highly respected British Council for in-country venue and invigilation provisions, provides the opportunity to ensure that all high-stakes FCL examinations for PCAA licensing purposes meet the highest international standards of security and integrity, using relevant and modern question banks and the latest technology in computer-based exams.”
The next set of e-Exams in Pakistan are planned to take place in June, with further exam sittings scheduled monthly throughout the year. To view the full schedule and register for Pakistan CAA FCL examinations, please visit: https://caapakistan.com.pk/. For further information, please review the Pakistan CAA ANO -002-LCXX-2.0
Image (left to right): Zeeshan Haider (CEO KTTS), Zia Ziaullah (PCAA), Arif Mumtaz (PCAA), Matthew Margesson (CAAi), Ian Saunders (CAAi), Ahsan Iqbal (British Council), Kausar Fatima (Invigilator), Wali Ullah (Invigilator), Hani Jawad (Invigilator)
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