Foreign Airlines from Azerbaijan, Syria and Turkey Announce To Start Direct Flight Operations To Pakistan

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The government adopted a new aviation policy last year. This program has proposed numerous incentives for flight operations and the aircraft assembly industry to promote tourism.

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“The aerospace industry in Pakistan continues to grow and every year an additional million passengers enter the Pakistani market,” said Aviation Minister Hassan Nasir Jamy at a meeting with Emirates Vice President Mohammad Sarhan. Jamy said the Pakistani aviation sector is dynamic.

“Many international airlines are interested in starting business in the country, including Pegasus (Turkey), Azal (Azerbaijan) and Shamwing (Syria),” he said.

“2019 national aviation policy will facilitate aviation business and improve Pakistan’s image in the global economy,” he added.

The government adopted a new aviation policy last year. This program has proposed numerous incentives for flight operations and the aircraft assembly industry to promote tourism.

During the meeting, the secretary gave an instance of Gerry’s Dnata that is expanding its operations in Pakistan by opening a cargo facility.

“Passenger relief is a priority for the aviation department. To this end, the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) will launch e-gates at seven major airports in the country”, he added.

It has been recognized that the aviation sectors for Pakistan and Dubai are necessary for the economies of both countries.

Both sides agreed to improve their aviation relationships. According to Sarhan, Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East. The company offers flights from its hub at Dubai International Airport to more than 150 cities in 80 countries on six continents.

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