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  • Sri Lanka's cash-strapped airline may lease four planes to PIA

    COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's cash-strapped national airline is in talks to lease four of its Airbus A330 planes to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), a government minister said on Thursday, months after cancelling an order for four Airbus A350 aircraft...

    “A team from the airline is in Pakistan for negotiations...

  • ‘Launching new airline easier than reviving PIA’

    FAISALABAD: PIA Chairman Air Marshal Arshad Mahmood Malik says short-term and long-term plans are in the works to revive the airline...

    Addressing members of the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry here on Monday, he said revival was a daunting task as compared to launching a new airline...

  • Ticket prices for Pakistan-SL series announced

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday announced ticket prices for the upcoming ODI and T20 series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, starting on Sept 27 in Karachi with the first One-day International...

    The ticket prices for the ODIs being held in Karachi on Sept 27, 29 and Oct 2 are from Rs500 to Rs3,000...

  • Man United fans to protest against Europa League ticket prices

    Manchester United fans are planning to protest against being asked to pay 71 pounds ($102) per ticket for their Europa League away match against Danish champions Midtjylland on Thursday, British media reported...

    Do they think United fans are three times wealthier than Southampton fans?”Last week, Liverpool's owners abandoned plans to raise the price of the most expensive match-day ticket to 77 pounds next season after supporters...

  • Malaysian airline plans Pakistan operations

    LAHORE: A Malaysian airline is going to start its operations in Pakistan from March, Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Hasrul Sani Mujtabar disclosed on Monday, as part of increased people-to-people and business-to-business contacts between two countries...

    He said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would open up various opportunities and Malaysia wanted to be a part of this new era of economic development in...

  • Pakistan to start ‘soft-marketing’ state airline sale in June

    LONDON: The government will begin the marketing process next month to sell a 49 per cent stake in Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and plans to list shares in several power utility firms this year, privatisation minister Mohammad Zubair said on Monday...

    “We are looking for another investor, it could be an airline but doesn’t have to be, but we are just looking for one...

  • PAC orders removal of name of private airline’s director from ECL

    ISLAMABAD: A sub-committee of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) issued on Tuesday directive for removal of the name of Farooq Bhoja, the Director of Bhoja Airlines from the Exit Control List (ECL)...

    Read: All 127 on board Islamabad-bound plane perishPrior to the start of the meeting of the committee, sources confided to Dawn that Bhoja authorities had approached the committee, Aviation Division, and auditors for the removal of Mr...

  • Iranian airline signs $3bn deal for 30 Boeing jets

    “Boeing confirms the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Iran Aseman Airlines, expressing the airline’s intent to purchase 30 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes with a list price value of $3 billion,” the US group said in a statement...

    “The agreement also provides the airline with purchase rights for 30 additional 737 MAXs,” it added...

  • Minister says Qatar to comply with new US airline security measures

    Qatar will comply with enhanced security measures for flights to the United States designed to prevent expanding an in-cabin ban on laptops, the country's minister of transport said on Friday...

    The measures, which European and US officials said on Wednesday would begin taking effect within three weeks, could require additional time to screen passengers and personal electronic devices for possible explosives
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