CAA issues aerial works license, flying shool license to Sky Wings


Sky Wings Aviation Company Friday announced the renewal of it’s Flying School License and Issuance of Aerial Works License by Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA).

In a statement issued, the airline assures the nation that the company will promote the aviation and tourism industry to a new level.

Sky Wings thanked CAA DG Khaqan Murtaza and Additional DG Air Marshall Taimur Iqbal for their support in developing aviation business in Pakistan.

Sky Wings is the same company which introduced Truck Art Aircraft, One Day Pilot, a Top Gun 5 program and various other tourism promotion activities.

Sky Wings also introduced day trip flights to Mohenjo-Daro.


Aerial License of Sky Wings was pending for issuance since May 2019 for unknown reasons, Sky Wings urges PCAA to issue the licenses at the earliest to the investors which will help Pakistan in exploring new avenues and developing economic activities in the country.

Sky Wings is starting Air Ambulance Service dedicated to Shaheed Journalist Arshad Sharif and is named as ASA or Arshad Sharif Shaheed Air Ambulance Service.

In addition to Air Ambulance Sky Wings is also starting Banner towing and leaflet droppings, alongwith various other economic activities.

Sky Wings says that it will change the skyline of Karachi where people will witness flying billboards or banners in near future.

Aerial Works license of Sky Wings will also create new jobs in the aviation industry.

Sky Wings will soon announce it’s international alliance with a major international airlines for various activities including but not limited to export of trained aviation manpower to middle east.