KARACHI: An American airline has approached Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), expressing its interest in launching flight operations in Pakistan, as reported on Wednesday last.
Sources told that Ravn Alaska Airlines is keen to launch flight operations from Pakistan and had contacted country’s aviation authority in this regard.
Sources claimed that the American airline has sought the permission of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for Third Country Operator License.
It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan is currently struggling with the resumption of flights to the United Kingdom by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
The national carrier is facing financial challenges and has even grounded aircraft owing to the same economic viability issue though the federal government has decided to privatise the carrier.