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Friday, July 29, 2005

Aero Asia Starts 4 Flights a Week to Bahrain

In a major new policy decision the Ministry of Defence, Government of Pakistan has approved changes in the National Aviation Policy and allowed private airlines for operating the additional routes and frequencies on international routes. The Ministry of Defense and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have granted permission to Aero Asia (currently the largest airline of Pakistan's private sector) for starting 4 flights a week to Bahrain.

Similarly, Aero Asia has also been permitted to initiate flights to the UK, Singapore-Oslo-Copenhagen, the UAE and Qatar. The new changes also impact two other emerging private airlines namely, Shaheen International and Airblue. This would break the monopoly of the national flag carrier Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on the international routes. Read More ....

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