EASA delegation lands to review airport security
By News Desk
November 26, 2023 06:05 PM
Following the International Civil Aviation team, a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) delegation has arrived in Pakistan to conduct a thorough assessment of aviation security and safety measures, the 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Sunday.
According to sources, the delegation's primary focus is on evaluating the security protocols implemented at three major airports in the country.
Scheduled from November 27 to 30, the delegation comprising four members is set to delve into detailed safety inspections encompassing both national and private airlines.
This comprehensive review aims to ensure adherence to international aviation standards and guarantee the highest level of safety for passengers and air travel operations.
After ICAO's invitation, the EASA delegation decided to come to Pakistan.
After the EASA report, the national airline's flights to Europe and the UK will resume.
The anticipation grows as the delegation's visit aligns with the EASA report.
Notably, the EASA report is expected to play a pivotal role in the resumption of national airline flights between Pakistan and Europe, including the United Kingdom.