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Minister for Aviation Division Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Friday informed the Senate that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) losses have surged to Rs 416 billion, adding that efforts are being made to acquire more aircraft on dry lease to enhance the flight operations.

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Responding to various questions during the question hour, the minister said only non-commercially viable routes have been closed while the viable ones are being opened. He said domestic and international flights have been reduced due to shortage of aircraft. Currently, PIA is operating its flights on 18 international routes, including UK, Italy, France, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Iraq, Qatar, China, Malaysia, India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Thailand and Canada, he said.


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To a supplementary question, the minister said construction of airport in Mansehra is mere a political announcement and no funds have been allocated for it. He said more flights will be operated for Quetta after acquiring aircraft besides resuming air traffic to Saidu Sharif.

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