ISLAMABAD: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued a license to another private airline, named Serene Air, to operate in the country.
The airliner will begin its operations next month. “The 737-800 is the latest aircraft of Boeing company.”
Currently, there are three airlines that are already flying on domestic routes, of which one is state-owned – Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). The remaining two – Airblue and Shaheen Air – are owned by a private sector.
According to the rules, the company is required to have at least three aircraft to establish an airline.
Sources, however, claimed that Serena Air has had a terrible past record for running an air carrier.