British DFT team visits Lahore Airport for inspection

A team of the British Department for Transport (DfT) has visited Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport and examined the security courses of action for flights, on Tuesday.

The British DfT appointment additionally visited the joint inquiry stuff counter settled by the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) at the Lahore air terminal. During their visit, the air terminal director advised the assignment individuals.

The meeting authorities have likewise checked the security gear, travelers’ stuff and screening process. The air terminal authorities gave a showing of stacking travelers’ stuff to the airplane.

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It has been informed that the stuff of travelers went through full screening of the freight region prior to being stacked to the airplane.

Air terminals’ Security Force (ASF) authorities let the British agents know that worldwide guidelines are being carried out to screen the travelers who are leaving for the United Kingdom (UK).

During their visit to Pakistan, the DfT appointment will likewise visit Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport and Islamabad International Airport.

The DfT group will likewise investigate the joint pursuit stuff counters at the air terminals by the authorities of the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA). The opposing group will likewise screen the investigation cycle of travelers’ stuff, screening and other security gear at the air terminals. Head Office Sealed in Lahore

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