Beijing, A private airline from Pakistan has officially commenced its operations to China, with its inaugural flight landing in Beijing on Sunday. This marks a significant development in air travel and bilateral relations between Pakistan and China.
According to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the inaugural ceremony was attended by key figures including the Adviser to the Prime Minister on Aviation, Retired Air Marshal Farhat Hussain Khan, and the Pakistan Ambassador to China, Khalil Hashmi. Air Marshal Khan described the start of these flight operations as a milestone in advancing China-Pakistan relations. Ambassador Hashmi emphasized that the private sector’s involvement in airline services would not only enhance the air connectivity between the two nations but also stimulate investment, trade, travel, and tourism.