The Turkish airline Pegasus will start flights to Pakistan from Karachi to Istanbul on Saturday.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given grant to Pegasus Airlines.
According to reports, another remote airline has chosen to begin its aviation activities for Pakistan, as the Turkish bearer Pegasus will start flights to Pakistan from Karachi to Istanbul.
The advancement comes only days after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visit to Pakistan, various exchange understandings were marked during the Turkish head multi day visit to the nation, the Strategic Economic Framework (SEF) was additionally during his visit, including safeguard, account, exchange, economy, customs, farming, banking and money and so forth. Moreover, Pakistan and Turkey would begin arrangements on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) from April.
Then, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given grant to Pegasus Airlines. The Turkish minimal effort bearer will work four flights for every week from Karachi to Istanbul and Istanbul to Karachi.
Reports show that the appearance of new participants in the aviation area of the nation won’t make it simpler for Pakistanis to travel abroad, it would likewise help Pakistan support its travel industry division, and can likewise be wellspring of rejuvenating the aviation segment.