KARACHI: Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has notified its decision regarding the resumption of night operation in Peshawar, which was discontinued four years ago due to aviation safety concerns.
PIA aims to facilitate Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) passengers by revising its flight schedule upon resumption of the night operation.
PIA President and CEO Air Marshal Arshad Malik appreciated the Federal Minister for Aviation Muhammad Mian Soomro over his immediate action and efforts to resolve the matter, taking into confidence all concerned quarters especially the security agencies for lifting the restrictions, stated a presser issued by PIA. The issue was highlighted to the minister during his visit to PIA head office earlier this month.
PIA spokesperson said that following the removal of restrictions, the airline will revise its flight schedule for Peshawar and add more flights for the convenience of KP public as they faced difficulties in connectivity.