Private airline issued tourism license
The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has approved the issuance of Tourism Promotion and Regional Integration (TPRI) license to Alvier Airways for a period of five years till June 2026 under National Aviation Policy 2019. Is.
On Monday, CAA spokesman Saad bin Ayub said that Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority Khaqan Murtaza presented the license to Tehseen Awan, Chief Executive Officer of Eleven Airways, at a ceremony held at the Civil Aviation Headquarters, Karachi.
He said Alvier Airways intends to acquire two embossers to start its work and increase its fleet by adding embossers in the future. The flights will run to Gwadar, Skardu and Turbat, along with Pakistan’s three major airports, Hub stations in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, with the aim of promoting tourism and enhancing regional unity.
He said that TPRI operations would help locals and foreigners to discover Pakistan through safe and comfortable air transport and would present a better image of Pakistan to the world.
Earlier, as part of promoting tourism, Pakistan International Airlines launched flights from Faisalabad to Skardu last Wednesday with the first flight carrying 129 passengers.
PIA is not only offering flights to Skardu to promote domestic tourism in the country but also providing proper air transport and cargo facilities connecting the cities of Pakistan.