Three new airlines have applied for regular public transport (RPT) approval from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to begin operations in Pakistan. Q-Airlines, Fly Jinnah, and Jet Green are three airlines that will begin operating domestically within the next few months. Two airlines (QAirlines and Fly Jinnah) completed their reviews while Jet Green Airlines was still in progress. Once the review is complete, the application will be sent to the aviation department. And to the federal cabinet for final approval said.
After approval by three airlines, the number of commercial airlines operating in the country. By starting of these new airlines, Private airlines will increase to six, servicing 217 million residents so it is a good thing for Pakistan economy.
Airblue, SereneAir and AirSial are three airlines already operating in the country. But the state-owned airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the largest and oldest airline in the country.
NO Of Airlines:
With the launch of the three airlines, the country will have a total of seven airlines, including state owned Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). In addition, the number of aircraft in the country would also increase. Pakistan currently has less than 50pc the number of aircraft needed for a country of more than 220 million people.
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