Private airline of Pakistan, SereneAir was permitted by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to operate special repatriation flights to Sharjah from July 15th.
A license has been issued to SereneAir as revealed by the spokesperson of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) so that it can operate three special charted flights to help the stuck Pakistani nationals in Sharjah. The air transportation department of the aviation authority has given a certificate to the private airline.
As per a notification, the flights will operate from 15th July to 17th July. Back in May, SereneAir was permitted by CAA to operate chartered flights to and from Pakistan. The private airline of Pakistan was given the permission to operate national and international chartered flights. The license issued to the airline was valid till 24th October 2020, as per the CAA spokesperson.
Back in March, SereneAir was all set to launch flight operation to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The announcement was made by the spokesperson of the airline, revealing that the company got 2 A-330 Airbus and one Boeing 737-800 for global flight operations. Future plans were also discussed by him, stating that the airline wishes to purchase a couple of more A-330 in March.
But as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the whole world, the flight operations in Pakistan got affected as well, as all the airline operations were closed.