ISLAMABAD, July 21 (Reuters) – Pakistan International Airlines (PIAa.PSX) is likely to resume flights to Britain in the next three months, Aviation Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said on Friday, after services were suspended following a fake pilot scandal.
Rafique told parliament that new legislation this week has removed the final hurdle for Pakistan’s national carrier to fly to the United Kingdom.
He gave no details about the legislation or why it was required to resume the flights. He said the resumption of services to Britain did not include other European destinations.
Source : Reuters