These 7 International Airlines are ready to start operating in Pakistan.
- Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority hints over 7 international airlines coming to Pakistan.
- These companies used to operate in Pakistan a decade ago.
- The international airlines have planned to resume their flights with/from Pakistan.
The seven top international airlines are ready to come back to Pakistan.
Some of the famous international airlines had stopped operating Pakistan because of the security situation int he country a decade ago.
Due to the operations against terrorism and Pakistan Army’s aggressive drive against terror groups in the country, the security situation has improved a lot.
Here are the names of those International Airlines.
- British Airways.
- Lufthansa Airline Germany.
- Norwegian Air – Norway
- Air France.
- A private airline of Saudi Arabia.
- And 2 private international airlines.
British Airways operations:
The talks between the Civil Aviation Authority and British Airways are in their final stage. The flight operations are likely to be started from May or June this year.
British Airways had stopped their operations because of the terrorism effects in the country a decade ago. They have now expressed their satisfaction over the security situation in the country.
Abdul Razzaq Dawood in Queen Elizabeth’s 93rd Birthday party:
Adviser to Prime Minister on Trade and Industry, Abdul Razzaq Dawood was invited as a special guest the birthday party of Queen Elizabeth. He told the British High Commissioner that British Airways will start operating with Pakistan from May or June.
Right after that, six more international airlines will start operating from Pakistan.
The airports of Pakistan on the list:
These six airlines will start their operations from the top 3 airports of Pakistan; Lahore, Islamabad, and Karachi.
The operations of these 7 companies will have a huge impact on the economy and international image building of Pakistan. The airports of Pakistan will get busier.
More tourists are likely to come after this step.
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