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Pakistan’s First Air Taxi to Start Operations from 18th June

Imran Aslam Khan, the COO of Sky Wings, a private aviation company, has announced that two modern airplanes have arrived in Karachi for an air taxi service. He mentioned that an online application for the air taxi service will be available soon.

The purpose of the air taxi service is to provide emergency transportation in remote areas of Pakistan. The CEO of Sky Wings Aviation, Asim Nawaz, stated that the air taxi service will be officially launched on June 18 and will allow aircraft to land and take off from airstrips.

He also mentioned that the online air taxi service will be offered at a discounted price, and international companies are expressing interest in joining the business.

Initially, the air taxi service will operate in nine airports across Pakistan, including private airports, Rahim Yar Khan, and Balochistan. Additionally, a web application for the online taxi service will be introduced in the coming days.

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