Pakistani art and culture to be displayed at different places of country’s airports

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The Federal Government plans cultural displays at airports to encourage the culture of all provinces, it was expressed at a meeting held under the chairmanship of secretary aviation at the aviation division to discuss the possibilities to stimulate tourism through aviation.

As per the sources, representatives from tourism sectors of all provincial governments and airline representatives joined the meeting.

During the conference, several options, such as the display of culture and artworks, at airports were conferred.

While addressing the meeting, the Secretary of Aviation stated that tourism can prove to be a multi-billion dollar industry in Pakistan. Pakistan is bestowed with attractive tourists as well as historical and religious sites. Thus, proper advancement of cultural, historical, and religious sites is very much needed in this era.

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The Ministry of Aviation and Civil Aviation Authority is fully prepared to help all departments who want to work for the promotion of tourism in the country, he said.

Moreover, the meeting was briefed that counters have been established at different airports intended to facilitate and guide the national and international tourists.

The government now wants to rebrand the Pakistani culture through space available at airports. Both federal and provincial departments can depict their culture and artwork at various places in airports.

After comprehensive discussions, representatives of departments from provinces and the Ministry of Aviation also showed consent to decide the details in the upcoming meeting. The Ministry of Aviation requested the representatives of provinces to put forward their proposals in the next meeting.

In addition, the Nawaz-led government, in 2015, had also planned to spend Rs 44 billion to renovate the major airports like Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar in the country.

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) had said that the government wanted to renovate infrastructure, improve facilities and equipment along with security management at major airports.

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