Alvir Airways Starts Operate in Pakistan

The license has been accepted by the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to support tourism in Pakistan. M/s Alvir Airways intends to obtain two Embraer to start on its operations and enlarge its fleet by adding Embraer in the future. The flights shall run to Gwadar, Turbat, and Skardu with hub stations at Jinnah International Airport, Allama Iqbal International Airport, and Islamabad International Airport.

The CAA had in May, also question the issued TPRI (Tourism Promotion and Regional Integration) license to a recently launched private airline named North Air, which will purportedly operate flights for Chitral, Gilgit, Skardu, and Gwadar.

Alvir Airways Gets License to Operate in Pakistan

The PCAA has accepted the issuance of a Tourism Promotion & Regional Integration (TPRI) license to the country’s private airline named Alvir Airways (Pvt) Ltd for 5 years under National Aviation Policy 2019.

The TPRI operations would make it possible for locals and foreigners to explore Pakistan through safe and contented air transport and present an enhanced image of Pakistan to the world. Alvir Airways will start its operations through two Embraer aircraft and will enhance its fleet by adding more aircraft in the future.

ORGANISATION NAME

Alvir Airways (Private) Limited


CITY OF REGISTRATION

Islamabad


COUNTRY OF REGISTRATION

Pakistan


LEGAL FORM

Private Limited Company – Pvt-Ltd

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