Make-A-Wish Foundation Makes Young Cancer Patient a PIA Pilot

In a joint partnership with Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the Make-A-Wish Foundation has fulfilled the wish of Huzaifa Sikander, a 14-year-old cancer patient who wants to become a PIA pilot.

Speaking at the ceremony, the CEO of PIA, Air Marshal Arshad Malik, commended the Make-A-Wish Foundation for its amazing work and offered his and PIA’s undaunting support.

The Head of the foundation, Ishtiaq Baig, appreciated PIA for its collaboration to grant all the travel-related wishes of the Make-A-Wish children.


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The ceremony was conducted at the PIA Head Office in Karachi, in which CEO Arshad Malik pinned the pilot’s wings on the boy’s uniform, after which he was given a little taste of the standard PIA pilot training via a flight simulator.

The ceremony was also attended by General Manager, Aamir Memon, Chief Pilot, Kalim Chughtai, Capt. Mohsin, and other senior PIA officials.