The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has opened the country’s second Part-FCL examination centre at Islamabad International Airport (IIAP), marking a significant stride in enhancing accessibility and convenience for aspiring pilots across the northern regions of Pakistan.

In collaboration with CAA International (CAAi), the new examination centre offers modern assessment facilities and advanced electronic exam support. Technical support and expertise are provided through CAAi and Aspeq, in partnership with the British Council in Pakistan, ensuring a seamless examination experience.

Photo: Representatives from Pakistan CAA and CAAi at the opening of the exam centre in January.

The inauguration ceremony, held in January, was graced by esteemed dignitaries including the Prime Minister’s Aviation Advisor, retired Air Marshal Farhat Hussain Khan, and Senior Officials from the Pakistan aviation sector. Representatives from CAAi, including Managing Director Matthew Margesson and Senior International Project Coordinator Ian Saunders, were also present at the event.

The unveiling of Pakistan’s new examination centre at Islamabad International Airport.

Photo: The unveiling of Pakistan’s new examination centre at Islamabad International Airport.

Fabiana Sarnataro-Blake, International Operations & Development Manager at CAAi, commented:

“We express our appreciation to the PCAA team for excellent collaboration throughout the process of setting up pilot licensing examinations at this new centre and warm hospitality provided throughout our team’s visit to Islamabad. During the visit, valuable insights were exchanged alongside plans for future collaborations. We are committed to continuing our partnership with PCAA and look forward to the next steps.”

Candidates interested in booking Part-FCL exams at the newly inaugurated centre can do so through the Aspeq website.

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Stuart Coates
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