The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued a warning for the Jinnah International Airport, Karachi after there were predictions about another spell of rainfall in the city, as per the reports of local media.
The Aviation Authority has taken the decision for taking measures to address an emergency situation and to handle the strong blowing winds during the rough chilly weather.
The CAA has also released some instructions for adding extra weight with fixed-wing for the small aircraft and for helicopters rotary-wing, as informed by the Airport Manager Imran Khan.
The authority has also issued instructions for the transfer of the light equipment at the airport for placing safety steps in case of bad weather conditions.
The electrical department has been told to repair the broken wires before the commencement of the bad weather and to keep the beacon lights which are at the control tower of the airport and the other high rise buildings in good shape.
Furthermore, the CAA has also asked for fumigation at the airport for tackling the insects during the monsoon season and to position the shooters for restricting the bird movement in the area.