Jameel Ahmad Khan, Parliamentary Secretary of the Department of Aviation, told the National Assembly meeting that the three airlines have contacted the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to obtain licenses to start flights on domestic routes .
He mentioned in the Parliamentary committee session that North Air had received a license to promote tourism and regional integration (passenger and freight).
According to him, the issue of a Aviation license for ‘Fly Jinnah’ has been submitted to the Federal Cabinet for approval. The company will introduce its Airbus A-320 fleet and begin operations after receiving a certificate of operation from the Civil Aviation Authority.
He also said, M / s Q Airways has also applied for an RPT license. The Civil Aviation Authority referred the case to the Interior Ministry for security clearance as it was a foreign airline. On the other hand, North Air and Fly Jinnah are Pakistani companies.
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