International Flights to begin from Skardu Airport

The Skardu air terminal is set to begin working as an international air terminal from today (Thursday) after its height to global status, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) reported.

The PCAA, in its most recent tweet, said that the air terminal has been redone in accordance with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision to support the travel industry in the country.

At first, the international activities will be at first under Visual Flight Rules (VRF) just, the CAA said.

Under the VFR, an airplane is planned to work in visual meteorological conditions (ie overall quite clear climate). Mists, weighty precipitation, low perceivability, and other unfriendly climate conditions ought to be kept away from under the VFR.

The upgradation of the air terminal had been reported by Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan in January 2020.

The upgradation of the air terminal incorporated the development of another runway, new terminal structure, cover and arrangement of different offices to take into account global flight tasks, according to a report distributed before sun-up.

Situated at an elevation of north of 7,000 feet, Skardu air terminal is recorded among the world’s most noteworthy height air terminals.

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