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COSCAP-South Asia gathers to tackle aviation safety goal of the region

The 26th Steering Committee Meeting of the Cooperative Development of Operational Safety and Continuing Airworthiness Program (COSCAP-South Asia) began with the goal of achieving the shared safety goal of the region. The aviation safety regulators of Nepal along with other South Asian nations are trying to resolve issues such as congested passenger traffic, and quality manpower and technology, which are making hard to deal with safety problems. In a bid …

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Pakistan International Airlines being damaged by Open Skies policy – PM Adviser

The Pakistani Prime Minister’s Adviser on Aviation Sardar Mehtab Abbasi has claimed that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has incurred major losses due to the Open Skies policy, saying that that no foreign country or airline would be granted any additional rights without justification. Abbasi, who was at the national carrier’s marketing conference, added that the PIA would succeed with the backing of employees and encouraged them to be accountable for …

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Serbia and Pakistan in talks to renegotiate Air Services Agreement

Serbia and Pakistan are in talks to renegotiate an Air Services Agreement that owns the potential to boost trade, investment, tourism and cultural exchange between the two countries. The agreement also offers commercial prospects for carriers from both sides. The Pakistani government had already given the green light for talks to commence. At the moment, Air Serbia codeshares on Etihad Airways’ flights from Abu Dhabi to Karachi and Lahore. The …

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