British Airways has announced commencing flight operations in Pakistan from June
British Airways has announced commencing flight operations in Pakistan from June as three flights will fly from Islamabad to London each week.
A delegation of the British embassy along with officials of the British Airways met Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Overseas Pakistanis & Human Resource Development Zulfiqar Bukhari and exchanged views on matters of mutual interest.
The airline officials thanked Bukhari for cooperation and also praised the facilities available at the Islamabad airport. The British delegation said the Islamabad airport is counted as one of the few good airports in the region on account of its design.
Meanwhile, Bukhari said commencement of British Airways flights will help boost tourism in Pakistan and pressed on the need to promote the country’s positive image to the world
“British Airways can play an important role in promoting tourism in the country,” said the PM’s special assistant.