Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will restart flying flights to the UK after a two-year gap.
On October 25, five members of the Civil Aviation Authority departed for Brussels to meet with representatives of the European Commission and the International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA). The European authorities had called the CAA to a technical conference. The delegation will reveal the authorities on licensing, access, and registration.
In 2023, the European Commission and IASA will travel to Pakistan to look into the actions the airline is taking. If the commission and IASA are pleased, the activity will pick back up.
A trip to Pakistan is necessary for the PIA to start running flights throughout Europe. PIA has lost because of a prohibition in place in European nations since July 2020. This led to a loss of 150 billion for PIA.