ISLAMABAD: The Federal Government of Pakistan has approved AirSial to operate charter service at 8 domestic and International routes.
According to sources the ministry of Aviation has presented the summary with regard to the issuance of charter class-II (domestic & international) license to M/s Air Sial Limited. Reportedly it is also said that the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has forwarded M/s Air Sial Limited’s request for issuance of charter license class-II (domestic and International) to commerce charter Operations for passengers as well as cargo.
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Moreover, M/s Air Sial has plans to operate Charter Services in two phases. The Phase-I will operate on Karachi to Islamabad, Lahore, and Peshawar routes and the second phase will operate in Pakistan to Jeddah, Mashhad, Najaf, Bishkek, and Sharjah.
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Furthermore, it is confirmed that the company has fulfilled the requirement of paid-up capital as per NAP-2019 of both the licenses (Rs. 350 million for RPT & Charter Class-I), it also elaborates that there are no outstanding dues against the company. The aviation ministry asserted that the federal government under the NAP-2019 is the competent authority for the issuance of charter license class-II (domestic and international).
Meanwhile, AirSial was inaugurated by Prime Minister Imran Khan in 2020 as third private airline of Pakistan.