Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority likely to take important decision over resumption of International Flights operations in Pakistan
KARACHI: Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority likely to take important decision over resumption of International Flights operations in Pakistan.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Tuesday held a meeting of the country managers of international airlines operating within Pakistan to seek suggestions pertaining to the resumption of international flight operations from the country. Ad
The meeting at the CAA headquarters was chaired by the authority’s Additional Director General Air Vice Marshal Tanveer Bhatti where suggestions were sought from the officials of international airlines for resuming flight schedule.
The airlines’ officials were briefed on resuming 30 percent international flight operations from the country. Suggestions were also sought from them for bringing passengers from abroad so that Pakistanis stranded abroad could be brought back home.
The CAA directed international airlines to submit a flight schedule within two days.
It was also conveyed that there would be an hour gap between the landing of two international flights operated from the country’s airports while the gap between two flights for small planes would be upto 40 minutes.
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The CAA would convey the recommendations of the international airlines to secretary aviation for approval.
It is pertinent to mention here that the domestic flight operations link resumed after two months in the country to facilitate passengers before Eid on May 16.
Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar announced to resume the domestic flight operations.