• British Airways Decides to Resume Direct Flights to Islamabad

    British Airways would have to pay to Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) for aeronautical charges under an agreement.

    Permission letter was issued by PCAA stating that airline would be bounded to follow the assigned routes.

    Whereas, British Airways would not be allowed to move military or spying equipment. However, the information need to be conveyed prior to the concerned authorities in Pakistan concerning to the cancelled or delayed flights. Such information would be routed or conveyed by airline’s administration department.

    It is important to mention that the flights are temporarily suspended it’s operations to Islamabad two months ago by the airline.

    Earlier this year, direct flights between Lahore and London were suspended by British Airways as the agreement completed its duration.

    However, as per CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) representative, British Airways had suspended it’s flights between Lahore-London because of some operational issues.

  • Prohibited Funding was Taken by PTI, Rules Election Commission of Pakistan

    The long awaited resolution has been announced in the proscribed funding case, recently the ECP verdict that PTI received proscribed funding and kept 13 bank accounts concealed.

    The verdict was expected on June 21, at 10am but got delayed.

    Ahead of ECP’s verdict, the security in Islamabad’s “red zone” was directed high alert. 1000 police personnel in an area was decided to deploy and the anti-riot force will be in red zone as per instructions.

    Unrelated persons will be unable to enter in red zone area.

  • Grounded A320s in Jakarta Costing PIA Millions of Dollars

    Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is incurring expenses of approximately $600,000 per month for the two A320s that have been parked at the Jakarta Airport for the past nine months. Both aircraft have remained unused, costing over $295,000 each per month.PIA has sustained losses in the millions of dollars due to delays in the redelivery process of the planes. This ensued after the company which leased the planes to PIA blamed the national airline for replacing parts and failing to conduct an essential ‘C Check’ prior to returning the jets.

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