Promoting tourism: CAA begins development work on Swat, Chitral airports

ISLAMABAD: Consistent with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s transfer to advertise tourism within the nation, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has began improvement works for Swat, Chitral and Parachinar airports.

Sources stated, at the price of Rs80 million, the Swat airport can be made operational whereas the event work can be accomplished inside two months.

Saidu Sharif Swat Airport is named a gateway of tourism which was inbuilt 1978. Later, in 2004, owing to the unstable safety scenario, the airport was closed.

For a similar cause, Parachinar airport was additionally shut down in 2004. On the instructions of the secretary aviation, a high-level committee visited Swat and Chitral airports.

The committee, comprising engineers, specialists and administrative, surveyed the development web site of runways, terminal constructing and the management tower.

Beneath the brand new aviation coverage, the airways could be given perks relating to touchdown and parking expenses at Swat and Parachinar airports.

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