ISLAMABAD - A record number of local and foriegn tourists are expected in Pakistan, it has been reported.
Pakistan is expecting a record number of tourists visiting country citing several positive developments taking place following improvement in security situation including revival of British Airways operations.
A close aide of Prime Minister Imran Khan and senior member of Federal Cabinet, Asad Umar stated that since Portugal has dropped all the travel advisories and the British Airways is starting Pakistan flights a record number of tourists is expected next summer in the country.
“Victory against the terrorists bearing fruit of reducing isolation of Pakistan,” the finance minister further added.
British Airways will resume flights to Pakistan next summer, the carrier announced Tuesday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline a decade after suspending operations due to security fears.