KARACHI: British Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Adviser to Prime Minister on Aviation Sardar Mehtab Khan visited the New Islamabad International Airport on Wednesday accompanied by Secretary Aviation Irfan Elahi.
New Islamabad airport to be ready by late July, PM told
The British Home Secretary was received by DG CAA Air Marshal Asim Suleiman and was briefed about the progress of the airport. She appreciated steps taken by Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) to ensure security at the airport by installing latest technology.
New Islamabad airport to be completed by 2017
New Islamabad Airport is the first greenfield airport with state of the art facilities. The new airport will be the first airport in Pakistan which will have the ability to handle the biggest passenger aircraft Airbus A380.
Published in The Express Tribune, March 23rd, 2017.
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