License of air safari offered to the private sector

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To Promote Religious tourism PIA decided to operate Special flights for Hindu Pilgrims
To Promote Religious tourism PIA decided to operate Special flights for Hindu Pilgrims
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The government is creating a strategy to launch air safari for tourist spots in partnership with the private sector to promote Prime Minister Imran Khan’s goal for the growth of tourism in the country, according to a statement released in this regard on Sunday.
In line with National Aviation Policy 2019, licenses will be given to the private sector for the launch of the service. The licensee can travel to and from popular tourist sites like Gwadar, Moen-jo-Daro, Skardu, Chitral, and Gilgit, among others.
The private sector licenses will be granted in sixty days and will be valid for five years, according to the statement. It further said that there will be no landing, accommodation, or air navigation fees on both ends of the socio-economic routes.
Through joint ventures or a public-private partnership model, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority would also assist the building of additional landing strips in Northern areas, such as helipads.

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