UPDATE: June 27th, 2019. Kuninori Matsuda, Japanese Ambassador has announced during a meeting with Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan that Japan Airlines has shown interest in starting flights on the Islamabad-Bangkok-Tokyo route.
The Japanese Ambassador said,
PIA has two weekly flights on the route of Islamabad-Beijing-Tokyo. Japanese Airline wants to start flight on Islamabad-Bangkok-Tokyo route.
Moreover, the Fifth Freedom Rights quota in March 2019 has been increased from 1300 passengers to 4000 passengers per month and from 40 tons of cargo to 100 tons of cargo per month.
According to media reports, 3 major European airlines are eager to start flight operations in Pakistan after British Airways restarted its operations in the country.
These airlines are from Germany, Norway, and France. Rumors have hinted that surveys were conducted by security officials from these airlines in Karachi.
The government is said to reach out to them as all 3 have expressed their interest.
Security officials from France even took a tour of Islamabad International Airport. Furthermore, reports have hinted that Azerbaijan and Turkey are also excited to use Pakistan’s airways and airports for their flight operations.
This is a developing story.
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