Alvir Airways gets tourism licence to operate in Pakistan

Alvir Airways

Alvir Airways has been issued Tourism Promotion & Regional Integration (TPRI) licence by Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for a period of five years.

Under the National Aviation Policy 2019, the CAA approved the issuance of TPRI licence to M/s Alvir Airways (Pvt) Limited for a period of 5 years until June 2026, in line with the vision of Honorable Prime Minister of Pakistan to promote tourism and regional connectivity. 

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Director General Pakistan Civil Authority Khaqan Murtaza, Additional DG CAA (Air Vice Marshal) Jamal Arshad, Deputy Director General (Regulatory) Nadir Shafi Dar, Director Air Transport & Economic Regulations Irfan Sabir, and Director Air Transport & Economic Regulations Irfan Sabir presented the licence to Chief Executive Officer Alvir Airways Tehseen Awan, Managing Director Syeda Batool, and Chief Operating Officer Capt. Shahzaib Mahmoo.

M/s Alvir Airways plans to purchase two Embraer jets to commence operations and expand its fleet in the future by adding more Embraer jets. 

The flights will fly to Gwadar, Skardu, and Turbat from three main Pakistani airports: Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad, with the goal of promoting tourism and regional integration. 

The TPRI operations will make it easier for locals and visitors to experience Pakistan by providing secure and comfortable air transportation, as well as presenting a more positive image of Pakistan to the rest of the world. 

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