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American Airline Wants to Start Flight Operations in Pakistan

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American airline Ravn Alaska Airlines has expressed its keen interest in launching flight operations in Pakistan, reaching out to the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCCA) for the necessary approvals. Sources indicate that the airline has communicated its desire to obtain a Third Country Operator License, showcasing its specialization in catering to smaller communities.

This development comes shortly after Azerbaijan’s national airline successfully commenced its flight operations to Pakistan, marking a milestone in bilateral connectivity and diplomatic relations. Azerbaijan Airlines now operates two weekly flights between Baku and Islamabad, underscoring the growing ties between the two nations.

In contrast, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the state-owned carrier, continues to grapple with challenges, particularly in reinstating its flights to the United Kingdom. Financial difficulties have compounded the situation for PIA, with recent cancellations of numerous local and international flights attributed to fuel shortages. Despite these setbacks, officials maintain that flight operations have returned to normalcy.

Ravn Alaska Airlines‘ interest in entering the Pakistani aviation market adds a new dimension to the country’s air travel landscape, potentially enhancing connectivity and providing additional options for travelers. As the regulatory process unfolds, it will be interesting to see how this development contributes to the broader dynamics of the aviation industry in Pakistan.

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