ISLAMAVAD - Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has taken yet another step towards the revival of its night operations.
PIA is revising its flight schedule for night operation in Peshawar. The night flying was discontinued four years ago due to aviation safety concerns.
PIA President and CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik thanked the aviation minister for his prompt action and vigorous efforts in resolving the matter with all concerned quarters, especially the security agencies, for lifting the restrictions.
The issue was highlighted to Aviation Minister Muhammad Mian Soomro during his visit to PIA Head Office last Friday.
The PIA spokesman said that after removal of restriction, PIA will revise its flight schedule for Peshawar, adding more flights for the convenience of KP public, as they were facing difficulties in connectivity.