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PIA chief seeks more flights to Kabul – Newspaper

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Chief Executive Officer Air Marshal Arshad Malik reached Kabul on Tuesday on a one-day official visit.

The PIA CEO requested Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Authority to allow increase in the airline’s flights to Kabul and approve its flights from Kandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif to further strengthen ties between the two countries.

A PIA spokesman said that during the visit, the CEO met Dr Qasim Wafizada, chief of Afghan CAA, other officials of the authority and representatives of trade associations.

In their meeting, Air Marshal Malik and Dr Wafizada agreed to increase air connectivity between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The latter called on the PIA to play a role in boosting medical…

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