- Oct 18, 2007
sir if this case they can sale this plane and buy more parts . why cannibalize it ?So what does cannibalization of aircraft indicate? It clearly shows you don't have the funds to purchase spares outright. Its simple economics. Like the rest of the country, PIA too is broke. This is a cyclical issue. Don't have spares, can't run as many flights which impacts revenue generation which means less money to make outright purchases of spares.
no gov should have involve in business not at all in airline one . time for gov own airlines was ended in late 80s .We inducted B787's but that did not help. New equipment helps some. but training, professionalism and attitude are bigger issues.
Biman service is run by fat over the hill aunties in the aircraft and tired lackadaisical managers in the HQ incapable of route planning to utilize the aircraft properly.
No airplane sitting in the tarmac makes money.
Biman even hired several UK gora managers to run the airline. They got into trouble with idiot egotistical air force staff who thought it was their Baap ka airline.
They tried to sell Biman but no one wanted to buy it.