What airline had its license revoked due to an air crash in 1949?

  • a) Orient airways
  • b) Pakistan airways
  • c) Crescent airways
  • d) Star Air aviation

Right Answer: option_b • Pakistan airways


Pakistan Airways was the airline whose license was revoked due to an air crash in 1949. The crash occurred when one of the airline’s aircraft, a Douglas DC-3, crashed near the city of Multan, killing all on board. The investigation into the cause of the crash determined it was due to pilot error, which led to the Pakistani government revoking the airline’s license. Despite this setback, the airline was eventually reestablished as Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in 1955, after the government nationalized the country’s aviation industry. Today, PIA is the national flag carrier of Pakistan and operates both domestic and international flights.

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