A pilot has been summoned by the review board on April 27 at 10:30 am at the Aviation Division office in Islamabad.
The ICAO, however, maintained its reservations over the safety steps of the Pakistan aviation authority and asked the concerned authorities to improve some sections.
Eight aviates of Pakistan International Airlines are among the pilots who possessed suspicious licences, whereas, 11 pilots have gained the licences privately.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Monday claimed to have arrested the prime suspect in the dubious pilot licences case.
The federal government on Sunday constituted a three-member board to review the cancelled pilot licences cases referred by the courts and the director-general of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The aviation authority has terminated three employees including an officer of CAA's regulatory licence branch and a joint director.
Justice Jawad Hassan of the high court heard the petition
The countries which sought credibility of credentials of Pakistani pilots include United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia, Vietnam and other states.