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Old February 22nd, 2008, 05:25 AM   #41
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Non-Stop Service to New York From April 2008!

Finally good news -- JFK is back up to 3 weekly!!

On April 1, 2008:-
PK 721 is non-stop on Wednesdays Lahore-JFK
Dep Lahore 08:55am Arrival NYC-JFK @ 14:30pm

PK 722 is a 1 stop to KHI - (non stop to LHE)
Dep JFK 21:05 - Arrival LHE 19:50+1
Dep LHE 20:50 - Arrival KHI 22:35

All flights operated by the 772 Long Range AP-BGY/AP-BGZ

Finally a step in the right direction and something to cheer about Very Happy

Source : www.piac.com.pk
origin specific schedule
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Glasgow Back Online

LHE-GLA 2x weekly A310 from April 2nd.
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January 31st, 2008 @ KHI








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1st Feb 2008 @ KHI















I was surprised to see a Virgin Atlantic parked at the gate, they haven't started service to Pakistan yet...
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Mahan Air landing @ Lahore




Interesting...


Cessna Citation X on final to LHE


Walton Airfield


Lahore Allama Iqbal Int'l


Pak Rangers Bell
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AP-BHX Cockpit Visit: Oslo-Copenhagen-Islamabad

PIA 777 AP-BHX Flight PK772 from Oslo to Islamabad via Copenhagen.

Flight landed @ CPH on 22L and parked at Gate C33.

This flight comprised of 3 captains. Captain Asad had flown the short sector from Oslo to Copenhagen. Captain Junaid Abassi and Captain Khayyam were to fly the Copenhagen-Islamabad leg.


Captain Junaid on the left and Captain Omar on the right setting up the route.


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Old February 22nd, 2008, 03:23 PM   #48
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LHE-GLA 2x weekly A310 from April 2nd.
Glasgow to Faisalabad also being launched, once weekly.
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Thanks for the pictures cntower. I love PIA's livery and I also love the look of Air Blue since it reminds me of JetBlue. Whenever I visit Pakistan I want to do a domestic flight for fun.
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Your welcomed anytime FM 2258.

BTW that Glasgow-Faisalabad route is going to be busy, most Pakistanis in Glasgow are from Faisalabad, which is weird because they call Faisalabad the "Manchester" of Pakistan.
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Aerion Accepts LoI from Princely Jets for one Supersonic BJ

Aerion Supersonic Business Jet - www.aerioncorp.com


United Arab Emirates: Aerion, through its international sales partner ExecuJet, has accepted a Letter of Intent (LoI) from Princely Jets (Pvt), Pakistan's first private jet charter operator, for one supersonic business jet.

The agreement was signed at the recent Dubai Air Show by Ghouse Akbar, Director of the Akbar Group and Chief Executive of Princely Jets, together with Brian Barents, Vice Chairman of Aerion and Niall Olver CEO, ExecuJet, rounding off what was a highly successful showcase for this exciting program.

Currently operating a fleet of Bombardier Challenger and Cessna Citation Jets, Princely Jets is expanding its aviation services business, with plans to establish dedicated Fixed Based Operations (FBO) and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities at airports in major cities across Pakistan.

'In signing this Letter of Intent I am delighted to be one of the first customers and the first in Asia committing to this exciting Supersonic Business Jet,' said Mr Akbar, confirming the order. 'The business aviation sector continues to show terrific growth in our region. The Aerion supersonic business jet is the ultimate speed machine, an even more time-efficient business transportation platform for which the industry has been waiting.'

The Akbar Group is the largest and highly respected aviation group in Pakistan. In addition to its business aviation interests, including an operator partner agreement with Bombardier SkyJet International, the Group provides general airline support services in its capacity as a GSA looking after the interests of major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, JAL, Alitalia, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways and Swiss Cargo.

On behalf of Aerion, ExecuJet is offering 40 early delivery positions to International customers for a per-aircraft launch price of $80m in 2007 dollars.

The Aerion jet is designed to cruise at speeds up to 1.15 Mach overland without producing a boom on the ground, and at speeds up to 1.6 Mach in other areas. Over the continental U.S., where regulations require speeds below Mach 1, the aircraft can cruise efficiently just below the speed of sound, offering economies comparable to today's large business jets. The aircraft seats 8 to 12 passengers in stand-up comfort and has a range in excess of 4,000 nautical miles.

ExecuJet highlights strong interest

Commenting on what was a truly successful Show for Aerion and ExecuJet, CEO Niall Olver confirmed the companies have interest in the SSBJ from Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Pakistan, Mexico and Egypt. 'Enthusiasm from the market in this program since the orderbook opened last month has been extremely high and we are now busy following up with several interested prospects.' Niall said. ExecuJet is now finalising its marketing strategy together with Aerion, which will include a series of briefings for media in key markets. London and Moscow will be first.

Source: ameinfo.com

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www.princelyjets.com

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PIA-Swissport Issues

By Abdul Sattar Khan

LAHORE: On account of its failure to invest US$ 6 million for the up-gradation of ground handling services at country’s eight prominent airports vis-à-vis upfront payment of US$ seven million to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) forming Joint Venture Company (JVC) and visible decline in the operational performance of Swissport International Ltd., a crucial meeting of the board of directors of PIA is going to be held today (Tuesday) to decide the fate of the contract signed with Swissport in October 2006.

Though few days ago, Swissport gave a commitment to PIA for improving the standard, yet the financial managers of PIA have cautioned the PIA board to link the continuation of the contract with Swissport keeping in view the performance of Swissport on the completion of the Phase-I of the Term Sheet Agreement (TSA) as many clauses of the agreement are yet to be achieved.

The last board meeting last month has already conveyed its concern to Swissport over the slow pace of progress and urged the company to improve the level of services which is mandatory for the continuation of the contract.

Moreover, until now Swissport has been paid Rs 23 million for its management fees from January to June, while payments for the subsequent months i.e. July, August and September have been withheld on account of non-deliverance of the objectives mentioned in the agreement.

Today’s board meeting will consider potential options which were formulated during the last board meeting on August 30.

The first option is not to accept the proposal of Swissport and if this point is not resolved then PIA may terminate the agreement pursuant to the provisions of the Technical Services Agreement (TSA).

Secondly, PIA may accept Swissport proposal to re-structure the Phase –II of the agreement as per their suggestions or thirdly continue to negotiate terms while seeking the support of the senior management of Swissport to improve their operational performance before entering into the joint venture agreement.

In pursuance of PIA decision to outsource the management of the Ramp Services Division which deals in Technical Ground Services (TGS), now renamed as the Ground Support Equipment (GSE), PIA entered into an agreement last year with Swissport. This agreement was aimed at improving the standards of service and quality, reducing the cost of operation (both capital and operating cost) and increasing the third party business.

After considering all technical and financial aspects of the evaluation, PIA signed Technical Services Agreement (TSA) with Swissport on October 13, 2006 following which Swissport took over the responsibility of operation and management of Ramp Services Division on November 10, 2006.

As per the term sheet agreement, during the Phase-I Swissport agreed to achieve four points agenda which include investment of US$ 6 million in the up-gradation/procurement of equipment/vehicles and facilities with US $ 2 million in six months from the start of Phase-I, while the US$ 2 million each at next two subsequent six months intervals. Besides investing US$ 6 million in 18 months, Swissport was supposed to reduce the cost from five to seven percent, acquire one new customer airline and deploy key employees like CEO, Quality Manger, Operational Manger, Finance Manger, HR Manager and GSE specialists.

On the account of investing US$ 6 million, Swissport has not yet made the proposed investment, however, as far as cost reduction from five to seven percent is concerned, Swissport claimed that it has achieved this reduction but the figures are in the process of verification.

Similarly, acquiring a new customer airline, Swissport informed PIA that AirBlue has agreed to ground handling of its flights at Peshawar Airport.

Finally, Swissport confirms that deployment of management team but some members of their team are not Swissport employees.

Contrary to the estimates of national flag carrier to improve its ground handling services, the new arrangements with Swissport ultimately appear to have declined as operational performance chart shows.

On account of cabin cleaning, 11 flights were delayed during the period January 2006 to June 2006 when the ramp division was part of PIA administration as compared to 29 flights delayed due to same reason during the period from January 2007 to June 2007 when it comes to exclusive purview of Swissport, Likewise, due to Ground Support Equipment, 39 flights were delayed during the period from January 2006 to June 2006 as compared to 125 flights delayed when the ramp division was functioning under the control of Swissport (January 2007 to June 2007).

Moreover, as far as flights delayed due to off-loading of baggage/cargo is concerned, 10 flights were delayed during the period from January 2006 to June 2006 under PIA supervision as compared to 13 flights delayed due to same causes when the ramp division was functioning under control of Swissport (January 2007 to June 2007).

For Phase-II of the project PIA and Swissport agreed to form a Joint Venture Company with Swissport 51 % shares and PIA 49 % shares only after the targets specified in Phase-I (management phase) are fulfilled. As per the agreement, the charges of US$ 64 per aircraft has been fixed for the services rendering to B747, B74M, B777 or similar, US$ 53 per aircraft for A300, A310 or similar while US$ 15 per aircraft for F-27 (earlier F-27 now ATR 42), DHC-6 or similar.

At the time of commencing the agreement, it was decided that 50% of the invoices will be paid to Swissport Pakistan while the other 50% will be accounted for as Swissport’s contribution towards the Joint Venture Company’s equity.

In fact, Swissport wanted that PIA should consider triggering the formation of Joint Venture Company earlier than the two-year term of management contract and in return, they proposed to invest US $ 6 million immediately and Joint Venture Company then can be formed within six months thereof.

Strange enough, PIA agreed in principal the condition of investing US $ 6 million is met immediately.

According to the term sheet signed between the parties, the total value of undertaking (PIA’s Ramp Services Business value) was agreed at US $ 20 million. For Joint Venture Company, Swissport is to pay PIA around US$ 10 million for 51 % shares to be partially offset by 49% share of the US $ 6 million investment Swissport is to make.

Due to paying US$ 7 million to PIA, Swissport is insisting that cash payment to PIA be spread over four to five years period. In a bid to iron out the ‘point of differences’ between the two parties, the Chairman of Swissport recently held meeting with PIA Chairman Zafar A. Khan where few issues were resolved while many other important issues have been left to be discussed in today (Tuesday) board meeting.

Source: The News (October 2, 2007)

On the Net: Swissport International Ltd.

Related Topics:

Topic: PIA, Swissport sign accord (Posted on October 14, 2006)

Topic: Staff required by Swissport-Pakistan at Karachi Airport (Posted on February 11, 2007)

Topic: PIA ground service outsourcing under investigation (Posted on August 28, 2007)
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Swissport Ends PIA Services

PIA Terminates Contract With Swissport

Saturday, February 23, 2008
KARACHI: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) ended its controversial Technical Ground Services (TGS) agreement with Swissport International on Friday after it failed to comply with terms of the contract.

The Switzerland-based company was awarded the tender for taking care of cabin cleaning and related services in October 2006 at over 100 per cent the cost PIA incurred in its in-house arrangement.

Going by the year 2005 figure of schedule flights from Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar, the annual cleaning charges as per tender submitted by Swissport was Rs43 million against PIA’s in-house cleaning cost of Rs19.4 million, documents available with The News revealed.

There was an additional expense of Rs1.1 million to Rs1.3 million on account of Hajj, Umra and extra section flights.

Besides contracted staff including engineering assistants and sanitation workers became surplus at Islamabad and Lahore. Director Commercial Audit (PIAC Circle) Karachi, Qazi Zafar Abbas, had even initiated an investigation in December 2006 and asked PIA to submit records of copies of agreement signed with Swissport and past-five year balance sheet of TGS department.

All flights including handling of foreign carriers by PIA was being done under the management supervision with Swissport. However, a month back PIA management-led by Chairman Zaffar A Khan issued a 30-day notice to Swissport to invest in the equipment as per terms of the agreement, which will be terminated otherwise.

Finally on Friday Swissport International CEO Fernand Stauffer announced termination of the contract. A PIA official said the development will help boost morale of the employees who feared that outsourcing of operations would cost them their jobs. —SH

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KARACHI: Swissport International on Friday announced to terminate its Technical Services Agreement with PIA with immediate effect.

'Swissport' has been responsible for PIA's technical and ground handling services since October 2006. Swissport International CEO Fernand Stauffer, while leaving, thanked everyone who contributed to keep the operation with minimal irregularities and incidents over the last 14 months.

Meanwhile, according to PIA sources, the airline will manage the services with its own resources and workforce.

Source: www.brecorder.com
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A Trip Down Memory Lane...


Karachi Airport in the late 1970s/early 1980s


AP-AFS in 1950s livery. PIA Lockheed L-1049C Super Constellation.


Boeing 707-340C (Copyright © Boeing), This photo shows AP-AUN during a pre-delivery test flight. Boeing Company delivered it to PIA on July 23, 1966.


Boeing 720-040B (Copyright © ATDB), This photo shows AP-ATQ at Paris-Orly International Airport, France, in 1960s.


McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 (Copyright © ATDB), AP-AXD at Paris-Orly Airport of France, in the mid-1970s.
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Boeing 747-282B (Copyright © Johan Ljungdahl), Here AP-AYV is painted with standard golden cheatline. Johan took this photo at Frankfurt Airport, Germany, on August 25, 1982.


Boeing 737-340 (Copyright © Dave Campbell via Peter Frei), Brand new AP-BCE seen at London-Heathrow Airport. The aircraft stopped at this airport during its delivery flight to Pakistan in 1985.


Airbus A310-308 (Copyright © Chris Sheldon), AP-BDZ seen on take off from runway 15 of Birmingham Airport. Chris took this action photo on January 7, 2003
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United Arab Emirates: Aerion, through its international sales partner ExecuJet, has accepted a Letter of Intent (LoI) from Princely Jets (Pvt), Pakistan's first private jet charter operator, for one supersonic business jet.

The agreement was signed at the recent Dubai Air Show by Ghouse Akbar, Director of the Akbar Group and Chief Executive of Princely Jets, together with Brian Barents, Vice Chairman of Aerion and Niall Olver CEO, ExecuJet, rounding off what was a highly successful showcase for this exciting program.

Currently operating a fleet of Bombardier Challenger and Cessna Citation Jets, Princely Jets is expanding its aviation services business, with plans to establish dedicated Fixed Based Operations (FBO) and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities at airports in major cities across Pakistan.

'In signing this Letter of Intent I am delighted to be one of the first customers and the first in Asia committing to this exciting Supersonic Business Jet,' said Mr Akbar, confirming the order. 'The business aviation sector continues to show terrific growth in our region. The Aerion supersonic business jet is the ultimate speed machine, an even more time-efficient business transportation platform for which the industry has been waiting.'

The Akbar Group is the largest and highly respected aviation group in Pakistan. In addition to its business aviation interests, including an operator partner agreement with Bombardier SkyJet International, the Group provides general airline support services in its capacity as a GSA looking after the interests of major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, JAL, Alitalia, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways and Swiss Cargo.

On behalf of Aerion, ExecuJet is offering 40 early delivery positions to International customers for a per-aircraft launch price of $80m in 2007 dollars.

The Aerion jet is designed to cruise at speeds up to 1.15 Mach overland without producing a boom on the ground, and at speeds up to 1.6 Mach in other areas. Over the continental U.S., where regulations require speeds below Mach 1, the aircraft can cruise efficiently just below the speed of sound, offering economies comparable to today's large business jets. The aircraft seats 8 to 12 passengers in stand-up comfort and has a range in excess of 4,000 nautical miles.

ExecuJet highlights strong interest

Commenting on what was a truly successful Show for Aerion and ExecuJet, CEO Niall Olver confirmed the companies have interest in the SSBJ from Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Pakistan, Mexico and Egypt. 'Enthusiasm from the market in this program since the orderbook opened last month has been extremely high and we are now busy following up with several interested prospects.' Niall said. ExecuJet is now finalising its marketing strategy together with Aerion, which will include a series of briefings for media in key markets. London and Moscow will be first.

Source: ameinfo.com

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www.aerioncorp.com

www.princelyjets.com

www.execujet.net

Any idea when the jet is coming out?

princely jets is surely going places by introducing that.
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