Wednesday, April 24, 2024

A New Airline ‘North Air’ Introduced by Pakistan to Boost Tourism

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) granted a TPRI (Tourism Promotion and Regional Integration) license to a newly founded private airline named ‘North Air’ on Saturday in order to increase tourism.

According to details, the newly created private airline would fly to Gilgit, Skardu, Chitral, and Gwadar.

The airline would initially fly between Islamabad and Gilgit, Islamabad and Skardu, Islamabad and Chitral, and Islamabad and Gwadar. The private airline’s headquarters are located at New Islamabad Airport.

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the national airline, has begun direct flights from Lahore to the northern territories.

The PIA is flying to Skardu with an Airbus A-320 aircraft, with a one-way cost of Rs7500.

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