Middle Eastern Airlines demand more rights.


Contrary to objectives of Pakistan's National Aviation Policy 2019, the Middle Eastern countries demand more rights when Pakistani authorities invite them to revisit and reduce the number of flights under previous agreements.

"With a view to further exploring avenues of mutual cooperation in the aviation industry, the delegations representing aeronautical authorities of Pakistan and Oman met in Islamabad on the request of Pakistan in pursuance of the vision of the government of Pakistan," read a statement issued by Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) on Friday.

Pakistani side was led by Aviation Division Senior Joint Secretary Abdul Sattar Khokhar and Omani side was headed by Oman Public Authority for Civil Aviation Air Transport Department Director Salim Hamed Al Husaini.

"In accordance with the vision contained in the National Aviation Policy 2019, both delegations discussed...

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