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Fawad welcome British Airways’ decision of resuming flight operations’

ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday welcomed decision of British Airways for resuming its flight operations in Pakistan after a decade long break, ARY News reported

“Welcome @British_Airways in Pakistan, beautiful Country of ours is misunderstood by many,” said the minister in his tweet.

“Hope this event will encourage others to start operations in country, Travel Advisory needs to be reviewed Pak is as safe as other Countries, he continued in his twitter message.

Earlier today, terming the country’s overall security situation “peaceful”, British Airways had announced to resume its flight operations in Pakistan.

Addressing media alongside Special Assistant to PM on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfiqar Bukhari, the airline’s Head of Asia-Pacific Sales, Robert Williams announced that the airline which halted its flight operations in Pakistan in the year 2018, is returning to the country.

“It’s exciting to be flying between Islamabad and Heathrow from next year, which we believe will be particularly popular with the British Pakistani community who want to visit, or be visited by, their relatives. On the route, customers will enjoy the very best in flying. Not only is it being operated on our newest long-haul aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, but it will also be landing in to the new airport in Islamabad, which opened earlier this year,” said Williams.

Related: British Airways announces to resume flight operations in Pakistan after ten-year break



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