Multiple international airlines expressed interest in starting flight operations in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD - According to media reports, multiple European Airlines are interesting in starting flight operations to Pakistan after the British Airways restarted its flight operations to Pakistan. Amongst those interested in starting flight operations are airlines from Germany, France and Norway.
There are rumors abound that surveys were conducted by the security officials from European airlines at the Karachi and Islamabad Airports. Reportedly, the Pakistani Government has been contacted by all three airlines and they have expressed interest in starting flight operations to and from Pakistan. In the past week, the Islamabad International Airport was toured by security officials from France.
It is reported that Turkey and Azerbaijan are excited with the idea of using Pakistan’s airways and airports for their flight operations.
After a decade, on June 3rd, British Airways’ first flight, BAW-261, arrived at Islamabad International Airport from Heathrow with 240 passengers.