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Shaheen Air to Organize Conference on the Progression of Aviation Industry

Post by Abbas Ali » Sun Dec 24, 2017 11:32 am

KARACHI: In line with its vision to promote the aviation industry across the country, Shaheen Air International (SAI) will be organizing a one-day conference on the progression of the aviation industry. Senior officials from the Pakistan Army, Navy, Air Force, Civil Aviation, FBR and Airline partners will be participating in the conference. Higher dignitary from the establishment upfront is expected to be chief guest at the conference.

The conference themed “Let’s make aviation better” is an initiative by Shaheen Air to address the various subjects of the aviation industry and work collectively with the aviation authorities and security agencies of the country to achieve new heights, improve domestic and international flights, get more airlines to fly into the country and portray a soft image of the country in the international travel arena.

Commenting on the conference initiative, Kashif Sehbai, Chairman, SAI said “Our vision is to spread the wings across the region with innovative, principled responsible brand of passion.”

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Post by Abbas Ali » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:06 pm

Aviation sector experts want permission to fly on more routes

KARACHI: It is high time that Pakistan moves to promote tourism to boost the aviation industry. The government should permit airlines to fly on more routes, which would not only expand airlines’ operations but would also provide more flying options to its customers, said aviation industry experts at a seminar.

Shaheen Air International (SAI) organised the aviation conference in Islamabad themed “Let’s make aviation better” on Thursday.

Speaking at the conference, Shaheen Air Chairman Kashif Sehbai said that due to various reasons, Pakistan’s aviation sector has taken a hit due to which many international airlines have closed their operations in the last 10 years. “Our Pakistani-based airlines didn’t get a chance to expand their operations much outside the country,” he complained.

“It is high time that we move to tourism and use what nature has bestowed upon us in benefit of our country to attract tourists, which is not only good in terms of business but will also help build a positive global image of Pakistan,” the chairman added.

The airline has been increasing its routes both domestically and internationally by bringing in new investment and adding new aircraft to its fleet.

Sehbai requested representatives of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to support the airline by giving permissions to fly on more routes which would help them expand operations and provide more flying options to its customers.

Representatives from Pakistan Army, Navy and Air force said that they have committed to improving the security situation in the country for the betterment of the aviation industry, which will further stabilise the economy.

Representatives from CAA, Shaheen Air and airline partners said they will keep their differences aside and work together for a better future of the aviation sector in Pakistan.

Source: tribune.com.pk

‘Aviation sector losing altitude’

KARACHI:
Aviation sector was continuously losing altitude in the absence of favourable policies, an industry official said on Thursday.

“This downfall is evident from the discontinuation of many national and international airlines’ operations over the last 10 years,” Kashif Sehbai, chairman Shaheen Air International (SAI) said addressing the country’s first ever aviation conference, which was oragnaised by his airlines.

“It is highly unfortunate that Pakistan-based airlines are being given the chances to expand their operations much outside the country.”

Sehbai urged the representatives of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to support the country’s airlines by allowing them to expand their routes, which would not only increase their operations but also provide more flying options to customers.

“It is high time that we moved from terrorism to tourism and used what nature has bestowed upon us in the benefit of our country to attract tourists which is not only good in terms of business but will also help in building a positive global image of Pakistan,” he said.

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