Islamabad: The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) director-general informed the Senate’s Aviation Board on Thursday of a proposal to introduce helicopter service to allow passengers to get to stunning mountains, scenic valleys, and rivers in a short amount of time.

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A representative of the committee, Sherry Rehman-PPP Senator, questioned him on why a jet service had not been launched to stimulate tourism, to which he responded that a plan is in the works.

Flights to Swat’s Saidu Sharif airport have been postponed due to a paucity of passengers, according to Khaqan Murtaza-DG CAA. He went on to say that only 6 people boarded a flight to Swat, causing the trip to be canceled.

Senator Aun Abbas of Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf believes that those responsible for issuing false permits should have been charged with murder.

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He wondered if anyone knew about the phony pilot certificates before Ghulam Sarwar was named aviation minister, and he praised him for looking into the situation.

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