China To Pakistan: Air China keen to start tri-weekly flights

Airport Manager assured the delegation of full support for smooth and secure flight operations from Islamabad airport


APP July 12, 2015

ISLAMABAD: Air China, the national flag carrier of Beijing, has showed keen interest in operating three flights of its Airbus-320 in a week from Islamabad airport from October this year. In this regard, a China Air delegation visited Islamabad Airport and held meeting with Airport Manager, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Muhammad Ayaz Jadoon, a spokesman of the Authority said on Saturday.  The Airport Manager assured the delegation of full support for smooth and secure flight operations from Islamabad airport. At present, China Southern, a Chinese Airlines, operates four flights of Boeing 757 from Islamabad Airport every week.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 12th, 2015.

COMMENTS (3)

amane | 5 years ago | Reply Normally the international flights are confined to the capital city or the important and big cities. The ratio of flight fares to flight distance is another important factor.
amane | 5 years ago | Reply Normally, international flights are xonfined to big and populatwd cities or to the capital. The ratio of flight distance to ticket fares is another important factor
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