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3 New flights to Pakistan soon

3 New flights to Pakistan soon. Three new airlines have requested CAA staff to submit full-time Public Transport (RPT) licenses to start aviation operations in Pakistan. Q-Flight, Fly Jinnah, and Jet Green are the three aircraft that will begin domestic service in the coming months. According to the statement, CAA has completed the investigation of Q-Airlines and Fly Jinnah where the investigation of Jet Green is near. Upon completion of the vetting process, the CAA will send the flight attendants to the RPT to apply for a permit and submit it to the Federal Cabinet for final approval. With the addition of three new aircraft, the number of private jets operating in Pakistan will increase to six. Airblue, SereneAir and AirSial are the three independent airlines currently operating in Pakistan while PIA is the flagship carrier and is the largest and oldest airline in Pakistan. Note that according to CAA…

The CAA will review the summer schedule of international flights

The CAA will review the summer schedule of international flights. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has convened an important meeting on March 4 for which it has invited the managers of all international airports across the country. The Deputy Director General for Policy Nadir Shafi will discuss the timing and problem of summer flights. Other items on the agenda during the meeting are to be considered, including a roster of summer flights for both arrival and departure. It is expected that the summer schedule will be finalized during this session. Participants will also discuss the provision of facilities for passengers heading to the airports. In a separate development on Monday, the CAA released a revised list of countries facing travel bans due to ongoing epidemics. The number of Category A countries has been reduced from 24 to 21, and COVD-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests are required for passengers from…

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