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Q-Airways (Paksitan’s 4th private airline) set to be launched in Pakistan. RPT License granted by Cabinet

Q-Airways is planning to begin domestic flights in Pakistan soon. The government approved the airline’s Regular Public Transport (RPT) License for operations in Pakistan on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

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Q-Airways, another private airline, will begin commercial operations with domestic flights in Pakistan, according to the details. The new airline, which is owned by the Ramada Hotels Group, will start flying domestically with a fleet of three Airbus-320 planes.

Initially, the airline will fly between Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. Fawad Chaudhry, the Minister of Information, said that Q-Airways has been granted a Regular Public Transport (RPT) license by the Cabinet.

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Q-Airways will be the country’s fourth private airline. The Civil Aviation Authority expects that the new airline will create jobs. The flight may run on international routes in the future, depending on its success.

Following that, within the next three to four months, the private airline will begin flight operations. Q-Airways will conduct flights between Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore in the initial phase.

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Q-Airways will become the country’s fourth operational private airline after receiving the RPT license. Officials from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have stated that the introduction of a new private airline will result in numerous job opportunities. If the carrier has a good first year, it may be able to offer worldwide services.

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