German airline Lufthansa has expressed its interest to resume passenger flights to Pakistan after a 13-year absence.
A Lufthansa spokesman said at a meeting between BOI Secretary Fareena Mazhar and a high-level trade delegation from Germany that Lufthansa wants to restart operations from Pakistan after gap of 13 years.
He explained that Lufthansa had previously suspended flights for commercial reasons, but is interested in launching passenger and cargo flights.
In response, the secretary suggested organizing a meeting with the Minister of Aviation to ensure that the plan was being implemented. The prospects for this development were previously discussed with the Secretary and Ambassador of Germany E. Bernhard Stefan Schlagich at a meeting on September 8.
German company Weidmüller also announced during the meeting that it will open production in Pakistan in the near future. The company is an expert in the field of energy, signaling and data transmission in industrial environments.
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