British Airways is resuming operations in Pakistan and following suit three other European Airlines have shown interest to start flight operations in Pakistan.
Airlines from Germany, France, and Norway are interested to begin flight operations from Pakistan.
A security survey was conducted at the Karachi and Islamabad Airports by security teams from European Airlines. Three airlines from the respective countries have contacted the Pakistan government and shown their interest in starting flight operations from Pakistan.
In the past week, the French Security Officials made a visit to the Islamabad International Airport.
Also, Turkey and Azerbaijan are also occupied by the prospect of using Pakistan airways and airports for their respective flight operations.
It is pertinent to mention here that after a decade, on June 3rd, the first flight of British Airways, BAW-261 from Heathrow landed at the Islamabad International Airport. It carried 240 passengers. The airline spokesperson said that the flag carrier of United Kingdom will fly thrice from London to Islamabad. The fare of the flight will be £447. This will include all the charges and taxes.
Overall this is a healthy sign that new airlines are interested to enter the Pakistani market. It will bring an economic boost in the country and encourage further investment.