Fly Jinnah, Pakistan new short-cost carrier (LCC), on Tuesday announced that it has obtained an air operator certificate (AOC) and an operating license (AOL), which allow airline in start operating from Karachi International Airport as the country’s fifth private carrier.
AOC and AOL defense confirms that Fly Jinnah met all professional possibilities, adheres to all safety regulations and has proven to be safe and reliable to operate as a passenger and cargo airline once completed of stringent checks by the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) in who was fly genie in full agreement with all technical and operational requirements set PCAA,” the airline said in a statement.
Fly Jinnah will continue to closely coordinate with civil aviation authority to determine the date for launching air travel added.
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“We are proud to have achieved first milestone in building Fly Jeans history. A lot of of hard work has been invested in achieving this result thanks to our partners in the Arabia Group, all the staff of the airline and various divisions for provision of all PCAAs regulatory safety standards and requirements are met. We are looking forward to the launch of Fly Jinnah operations serving the strategic vision of Travel and tourism sector of Pakistan and contribution to the country’s economy growth and creation work so far also providing Pakistanis with reliable and valuablefor-money air travel,” said Fly Jinnah Chairman Iqbal Ali Lahani.
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“Today is celebrated start of a new chapter in Fly Jeans young travel. This milestone reflects our commitment to preserving highest possible safety standards in airline operations while ensuring highest value to all our customers. We thank Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority for them support throughout the process of receiving AOC and we are confident that “Fly Jinnah” will add significant value for air transport sector of Pakistan. We are looking forward welcome our first buyer on board fly genie soon”Adel Al Ali, CEO of Air Arabia Group, said.