Pakistan gets yet another good news from British Airways
ISLAMABAD: British Airways Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Brian has expressed the desire to start the airline’s operations in other cities of Pakistan after Islamabad.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad after the resumption of British Airways’ flights to Pakistan on Monday, he said his company wants to provide more facilities to passengers travelling from Pakistan.
“The restarting of the flight operations in Pakistan is a big milestone in the company’s history,” he maintained.
Speaking on the occasion, Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood termed the revival of flights by British Airways as “a good omen for Pakistan”.
He expressed hope that trade and people-to-people links with the UK will increase with the resumption of BA flights.
Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan said both Pakistan and UK enjoy friendly relations and excellent cooperation in various fields of life.