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Old September 10th, 2006, 10:26 AM   #21
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I like the new livery, reminds me of the old BA tails that many people disliked.
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Ad in (September 12, 2006) newspaper about Challenger jet recently acquired by Princely Jets. The aircraft’s registration is AP-MIR.



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Swissport International wins management contract to provide aviation services in Pakistan

October 13, 2006

Zurich/Karachi – Swissport International, the world’s leading ground services specialist to the aviation sector, has concluded a collaboration agreement with Pakistan International Airlines under which Swissport will provide ground handling management services at various airports in Pakistan. Swissport secured the partnership against international competition, and plans to commence its new management duties at the beginning of 2007.

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), which is Pakistan’s national carrier, has conducted an extensive evaluation of all the possible options for the provision of its ground handling services, including an invitation to tender with a view to possible outsourcing, in a process which began in early 2006. Swissport emerged from the tender process as PIA’s preferred option.

As a result, over the next few weeks, Swissport will be making all the preparations required together with PIA to establish a new skilled and cost-minded aviation services management organisation in Pakistan. The operation will initially extend to eight airports, but should be expanded to 14 more at a later date.

Swissport’s new collaboration with PIA extends not only to providing ground handling services for Pakistan’s national carrier; it will also include the handling of flights for all the other international airlines operating to and from the country. The total work volume covered by the new accord amounts to some 50 000 flights a year.

“This new agreement with PIA offers sizeable advantages for all the parties concerned,” says Willy Hallauer, Senior Vice President and project leader at Swissport International. “By wedding PIA’s local expertise to Swissport’s global ground handling experience, we will be able to substantially enhance the present quality standards. And that will be of tremendous benefit – not only to both partners, but also to all the airports involved and to all the international airlines which serve them.”

Swissport International Ltd., which is owned by Ferrovial, a leading European infrastructure and service corporation based in Spain, provides ground services for over 70 million passengers and 3.2 million tonnes of cargo a year on behalf of some 650 client companies. With its workforce of around 21 000 personnel, Swissport is active at 172 airports in 41 countries on five continents, and generated consolidated operating revenue of CHF 1 499 million (EUR 999 million or USD 1 315 million) in 2005. www.swissport.com / www.ferrovial.com

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PIA’s fast-track counter for passengers at KHI

KARACHI: The Pakistan International Airlines has taken another initiative as it introduces a fast track counter for Club and Business Class passengers. The facility will be available from October 11 at the Jinnah International Airport Karachi. It would provide the passengers of both Business Plus and Club Class the facility of fast clearance through immigration channels, making their travel more hassle-free, the PIA announced in a statement.

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Pakistan & Austria sign air service agreement

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan and Austria have agreed to commence direct air services operations between the two countries. Both sides signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to this effect in Ministry of Defence here Wednesday.

Maj Gen (Retd) Mohammad Ashraf Chaudhry Additional Secretary Ministry of Defence and the head of Austrian delegation Dr. M. Stigelbauer, ambassador designate to Pakistan signed the MoU on behalf of their respective countries. The MoU provides that the designated airlines of the two countries would be entitled to operate 13 weekly frequencies by each side to each other country.

The Austrian side is allowed to operate their services to Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad with seven, three and three weekly frequencies respectively. Whereas Pakistani airlines would be allowed 13 weekly frequencies to Vienna i.e. seven, three and three from Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

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Pakistan Aviation, Airports & Airlines

Pakistan International Airlines



When Pakistan was founded in 1947 it comprised two territories on either side of the expanse of India. It was in this unusual circumstance that Pakistan International was formed. Despite wars and economic trouble, the carrier survived to grow and prosper. Today it maintains a sizeable international route network, in addition to its services closer to home, with a modern and expanding fleet.

ICAO country prefix: AP = Pakistan
IATA two-letter code: PK
ICAO three-letter code: PIA
Head office: PIA Building, Quaid-e-Azam International Airport, Karachi.
IATA number: 214
Call sign: Pakistan
Slogan: Come Fly With Us
Official website: http://www.piac.com.pk

Fleet:

7 - ATR 42-500
12 - Airbus A310-300
7 - Boeing 737-300
2 - Boeing 747-200B (SCD)
6 - Boeing 747-300
4 - Boeing 777-200ER
2 - Boeing 777-200LR
2 - Boeing 777-340ER

Main bases and hubs:
Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.

Domestic Route Network:


International Route Network:

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AirBlue



Starting in 2004, airblue's fleet of next-generation Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft began offering world-class travel to many cities within Pakistan. Airblue now offers flights to Dubai UAE from four different Pakistan cities, and plans to start service to Manchester UK in 2007. Led by a team with decades of experience in the industry, airblue embodies a new era in passenger air travel.

Airblue has integrated unique innovations to ensure security and affordability. Among these are complete online reservation systems, online reservation hold/in person payment at various locations, and mobile airport check in procedures.

Fleet

As of April 2007
* 3 Airbus A320-200 AP-BGU, AP-BGV, AP-BGW
* 1 Airbus A320-200 Wetlease from AtlasJet TC-OGI
* 3 Airbus A321-200 AP-BJA, AP-BJB, AP-BRJ
* 1 Airbus A321-200 Wetlease from Inter Airlines TC-IEH

Other aircraft:
* 2 Beechcraft 1900C (Operated by JS Air on behalf of Airblue)

Aircraft orders
* 2 Airbus A320-200 (delivery from 2008)

The A320s will be delivered directly from Airbus on lease, and both are negotiating for four more. Airblue is also looking to order 2 A340-300 for operations on new routes to UK.

On December 6, 2005 Airblue signed an agreement with International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) to dry-lease two Airbus A321 with V2533-A5 engines. The aircraft were delivered at the end of December 2005 and are leased by Airblue for five years. In addition, the company has obtained another Airbus A320 from Atlasjet on wet-lease due to increase in yields on domestic flights.

On January 19, 2006 Airblue took delivery of the two Airbus A321, which it had leased from ILFC. The aircraft were acquired to help Airblue's increasing passenger traffic on the Dubai-Pakistan routes. The aircraft have been configured to 24 in business class and 158 in economy class. One aircraft will be stationed at Dubai whilst the other will be put on the Karachi-Lahore flights for domestic flights.

On November 13, 2006 Airblue placed a firm order for 2 A320s directly from Airbus, and is negotiating for a further four. The aircraft will be dual configured with 24 business seats and 157 economy-class seats.

Destinations

Pakistan

* Karachi (Jinnah International Airport)
* Lahore (Allama Iqbal International Airport)
* Islamabad (Islamabad International Airport)
* Peshawar (Peshawar International Airport)
* Quetta (Quetta International Airport)
* Faisalabad (Faisalabad International Airport)
* Gwadar (Gwadar International Airport)


Middle East
* Jordan
o Amman (Queen Alia International Airport) [Expected start December 10, 2007]
* Turkey
o Ankara (Esenboga International Airport) refuel stop only
* United Arab Emirates
o Dubai (Dubai International Airport)

Europe
* United Kingdom
o Manchester (Manchester International Airport)


http://www.airblue.com
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Aero Asia
http://www.aeroasia.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aero_Asia_International

Shaheen Air
http://www.shaheenair.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaheen_Air_International
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Karachi Quaid-e-Azam Jinnah International Airport

Jinnah International Airport previously Quaid-e-Azam International Airport (IATA: KHI, ICAO: OPKC) is Pakistan's largest international and domestic airport. It is located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, and is also commonly known as the Jinnah Terminal. The airport is named after Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who was also known as Quaid-e-Azam ("Great Leader").

The existing capacity allows the airport to handle upto 30 aircraft at one time. The facility can handle upto 12 million passengers per year. The airport also provides primary hub for the flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) as well as other smaller airlines. The airport is equipped with aircraft engineering and overhauling facilities with Ispahani Hangar for wide-body aircraft.

It has 16 passenger gates and is able to handle 30 planes at the same time. Six million passengers use the airport annually, while the airport itself boasts a capacity of handling up to 12 million passengers in a year.


Airlines and destinations
A PIA Jumbo at the Domestic Satellite
A PIA Jumbo at the Domestic Satellite

Jinnah West Satellite (Domestic)
* Aero Asia [Restart in 2008]
* Air Blue (Faisalabad, Gwadar, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta)
* Pakistan International Airlines
* Shaheen Air (Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta)

Jinnah East Satellite (International)
* Air Arabia (Sharjah)
* Air Blue (Dubai)
* Air France (Paris-Charles de Gaulle)
* Air China (Beijing, Kuwait)
* Biman Bangladesh Airlines (Dhaka)
* British Airways (London-Heathrow)
* Cathay Pacific (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Hong Kong)
* Emirates (Dubai)
* Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi)
* Gulf Air (Bahrain, Muscat)
* Iran Air (Tehran-Mehrabad)
* Lufthansa (Frankfurt) starting October
* Malaysia Airlines (Dubai, Kuala Lumpur)
* MNG Airlines (Istanbul)
* Pakistan International Airlines
* Qatar Airways (Doha)
* Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
* Saudi Arabian Airlines (Dammam, Jeddah, Medinah, Riyadh)
* Srilankan Airlines (Colombo, Mumbai)
* Syrian Arab Airlines (Damascus, Dammam)
* Shaheen Air International (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait)
* Thai Airways International (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Muscat)
* Turkish Airlines (Istanbul-Atatürk)

Terminal 2 (Cargo)
* Askari Aviation
* Atlas Air
* BA World Cargo (Bahrain,London)
* Cargolux (Luxembourg)
* Dolphin Air
* DHL
* FedEx
* Xpress
* Pakistan International Airlines Cargo (operated by MNG Airlines)
* Phoenix Aviation
* TCS Courier
* Royal Cargo
* Shaheen Air International
* Star Air
* Swiss International Airlines World Cargo (operated by MNG Airlines)

Terminal 3 (Charter)
* JS Air (Private) Limited
* Royal Airlines
* Schon Air









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Allama Iqbal International Airport, Lahore

Allama Iqbal International Airport (IATA: LHE, ICAO: OPLA) is located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Formerly known as Lahore International Airport, it is named after Allama Iqbal who was a major proponent for the foundation of Pakistan. The Airport has 3 terminals, the Allama Iqbal terminal, the Hajj terminal, and a cargo terminal.

Recently, it has undergone a major renovation which has not only enlarged the airport, but also beautified it with the building of new terminals built to reflect the Mughal history of Lahore. Right now the airport gets an average of 75-80 flights each day, but the number of flights increases during the Hajj season and the airport handles about 3.58 million passengers per year

The brand new terminal includes many duty-free shops including restaurants, cafes, ice-cream parlours, confectionery shops, book and toy shops and a souvenir shop. There are many flat screen televisions that show live flight times in the national languages, Urdu and English. The airport has seven air-bridges that dock onto the aircraft during departures and arrivals at the terminal. The total parking spaces are 30. The airport can provide 22 parking spaces for commercial and jet aircraft.

Pakistan International Airlines is a major airline that flies out of Lahore as the flag carrier of Pakistan and uses the airport as a hub only second to Jinnah International Airport. Other Pakistani airlines that operate out of Lahore daily are Airblue, and Shaheen Air International.

Airlines and destinations
* Airblue (Dubai, Karachi)
* Emirates (Dubai)
* Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi)
* Gulf Air (Bahrain, Muscat)
* Indian (New Delhi)
* Kuwait Airways (Kuwait City)
* Mahan Air (Tehran-Imam Khomeini)
* Pakistan International Airlines
* Qatar Airways (Doha)
* Saudi Arabian Airlines (Jeddah, Riyadh, Medina)
* Shaheen Air International
* Singapore Airlines (Singapore)
* Thai Airways International (Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi)
* Uzbekistan Airways (Tashkent)

Future Airlines
* Lufthansa (Frankfurt) -starts October 28, 2007

Speculation
The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan is currently in talks with China International Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and British Midland Airways (bmi) for initiating passenger services to Pakistan although it is unclear to which destinations. Turkish Airlines (THY) is planning to start flights from another destination in Pakistan such as , or Lahore.

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Air Passenger Traffic To Rise 94%

KARACHI: Pakistan is expecting a jump of 94 per cent in the number of passengers using its airports from current 17 million to 33 million in next five years, The News has learnt.

It also intends to increase the number of international airlines operating in the country to 40 from 24 between 2008 and 2012, according to Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)’s five-year business plan.

The CAA has also planned to make Karachi and Lahore regional hubs for West-bound air traffic, generating from the Asia-Pacific region, by seeking investments in airport-related infrastructure of the two cities.

“Asia-Pacific countries will contribute the highest number of air passengers in the targeted period,” said a senior CAA official, who was involved in the formulation of the medium-term strategy, but requested not to be named.

“We need to convince these Asian airlines to drop their passengers here from where the western carriers could take the traffic to Europe and beyond.”

According to Boeing, the American aircraft manufacturer, airlines in the Asia-Pacific region including China, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia had altogether ordered some 8,000 aircraft, he said.

Just past week, global airports’ organisation Airports Council International announced that a record number of passengers totaling 4.4 billion traveled in 2006 with Beijing seeing the biggest rise in passenger traffic.

The CAA believes that its airports are ideally placed in South Asia having close proximity to South East Asia, Middle East and Central Asia.

The point is substantiated by one of its comparative studies, which shows a saving of 47 minutes on Hong Kong-Karachi-Brussels route for a flight going from Hong Kong to Brussels via Dubai.

However, an even greater emphasis is on making international hubs by providing a diverse range of facilities including world-class hotels, shopping plazas and other allied infrastructure for transit passengers.

“Land is cheaper here and international airlines could use this to their advantage,” the CAA official said, explaining that setting up aviation schools and training centres in Pakistan was much more cost-effective.

He also referred to an idea of building an aviation tower in Karachi or Lahore where foreign carriers could relocate their satellite offices.

The worth of land space in and around the airports runs into billions of rupees and it was only after Farooq Rehmatullah took over as Director General CAA a serious thought was given to utilisation of dormant non-aeronautical assets of the aviation regulator.

According to a new assessment, the CAA’s non-aeronautical assets are valued at Rs177 billion against a book value of Rs17 billion.

Moreover, the CAA is eyeing increase in its revenues from current level of around Rs12 billion to Rs31 billion by 2012, a rise of 158 per cent.
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Pakistan & Malaysia To Increase Air Links

ISLAMABAD, July 4: Pakistan and Malaysia on Wednesday agreed to increase air links from the existing three weekly frequencies to 14. This understanding was reached at the conclusion of the bilateral air service agreement talks.

According to the MoU signed between the two sides, Malaysia will operate 14 frequencies to Lahore and Karachi, while Pakistani carriers would have equal number of frequencies to Kuala Lumpur and another point in Malaysia.

It was also agreed that airlines of both the countries will be allowed to operate unlimited number of frequencies exclusively for cargo operation.

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Maxjet to Pakistan?

Maxjet, an all business class airline that currently flies from London Stansted to New York and Washington, could launch new routes to India, Kuwait, the Maldives, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Singapore, Thailand and the UAE as early as March next year.

In a trading statement issued this week, the airline said it has received approval from the US Department of Transportation to operate non-stop services from the US to all open skies points.

The approval will allow Maxjet to open up several new routes to US destinations, and also includes the right for flights from the US to transit through London Stansted and onto open skies destinations in the Middle East and Asia.

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Lufthansa Resumes Flights To Pakistan

Lufthansa resumes flights to Pakistan Karachi and Lahore new in winter timetable Lufthansa is flying to Pakistan again in the coming winter flight schedules: Starting on 28 October 2007, the Lufthansa all year round connection comes on stream, with thrice-weekly flights from Frankfurt to Karachi and, for the first time, also to Lahore. The resumption of flights will strengthen the position of the biggest German carrier in this growth region in the Middle East. “Lufthansa will connect Pakistan direct with Germany and with our global route network“, said Lufthansa’s Dr. Karl-Rudolf Rupprecht, Head of Hub Management Frankfurt. “We expect a solid market growth in Pakistan and by that a further demand on this connection“.

Lufthansa passengers stand to benefit from the new flights: This new non-stop connection from Frankfurt to Pakistan shortens the air journey there by up to four hours compared with the present stopovers in the Gulf region. In recent years, the economic situation in Pakistan has constantly improved. The direct investments have grown considerably and an array of international companies has established a local presence in this up-and-coming country.

With a population of around 160 million, Pakistan is after China, India, the USA, Indonesia and Brazil the sixth most populous country in the world. Karachi, the traditional commercial centre with around 13 million inhabitants on the Arabian Sea, is Pakistan’s biggest city. Regional industrial development around Karachi, the region’s biggest seaport and a major centre for raw materials processing, have made the city a key destination for business travellers from North America and Europe. Noted for its culture, Karachi hosts numerous universities, research institutes and museums. Lahore, with about eight million inhabitants, is Pakistan’s second biggest city. This industrial city in the east of the country is characterised by innumerable small to medium-sized firms engaged in processing or production so that some important demand in business travel can be expected.

Return flights in Economy class from Frankfurt to Karachi can be booked from 639 euros. This fare applies to flights booked online at www.lufthansa.com and includes all taxes, charges and the Lufthansa Ticket Service Charge of 15 euros. Miles & More will have miles credited to their account. Information about flight reservations is available on the Internet, at the Lufthansa Call Center (phone 0180 5 83 84 26), Lufthansa-designated travel agencies or Lufthansa ticket counters at airports.

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Flight Details:
Detailed Flight InformationFlight LH658
Departs 11:25 on Sun 23 Dec
Frankfurt, Frankfurt International , Terminal 1
Arrives 01:20 on Mon 24 Dec
Lahore, Terminal
Duration 8h15 (stop 1 in Karachi)
Airline Lufthansa
Aircraft Airbus Industrie A300 (LH config)

ReturnFlight:
Flight LH659
Departs 03:00 on Fri 4 Jan
Lahore, Terminal
Arrives 07:15 on Fri 4 Jan
Frankfurt, Frankfurt International , Terminal 1
Duration 8h15
Airline Lufthansa
Aircraft Airbus Industrie A300 (LH config)
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Birmingham International Airport authority declares PIA’s best track performance record-2006

KARACHI, July 20 (APP): Birmingham International Airport authority has declared PIA with the Best Track Keeping Performance Record for the year 2006. As recognition PIA has been awarded with a certificate and crystal vase.

This achievement, PIA said, is attributable to PIA Airbus A310 pilots whose professionalism resulted in the best track keeping, and thus bringing great honour to the airline.

This also is a moment of pride for PIA flight operations Department, the airline said adding that PIA management, therefore, extends its warmest and heartiest congratulations to all those who contributed to this achievement.

The management hoped that PIA pilots will maintain such professionalism and be vigilant in future as well to once again achieve the record.

Meanwhile, PIA Chairman Zaffar A. Khan has congratulated the award achievers.



Source: Associated Press of Pakistan
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