It will be the fourth airline in the country’s private sector after Airblue, SereneAir and AirSial.
Another airline in Pakistan’s private sector will start its domestic operations soon to promote tourism in the country, Khaleej Times has learnt.
Alvir Airways will be the fourth airline in the private sector after Airblue, SereneAir and AirSial, after it secured a tourism promotion and regional integration (TPRI) licence for a five-year period until June 2026.
“The licence has been issued in line with the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to promote tourism and regional connectivity,” according to a statement issued by Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority.
In line with the vision of Hon. PM, to promote tourism and regional connectivity, PCAA has approved the issuance of Tourism Promotion & Regional Integration (TPRI) license to M/s Alvir Airways (Pvt) Ltd for a period of 5 years…