Development Work has Been Started by CAA at Swat, Chitral Airports


In accordance with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s turn to advance the travel industry in the nation, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has begun repair works for Airports of Swat, Chitral and Parachinar.
As the Swat Airport will be made operational at an expense of Rs80 million while the improvement work will be finished inside two months.

Saidu Sharif Swat Airport is known as a portal of the travel industry which was worked in 1978. Afterwards, in 2004, inferable from the unpredictable security circumstance, the air terminal was shut.

For a similar reason, Parachinar air terminal was likewise closed down in 2004. On the headings of the secretary aeronautics, an official advisory group visited Swat and Chitral Airports.

The board of trustees, involving designers, specialists and managerial, studied the building site of runways, terminal structure and the control tower.  Under the new flying approach, the carriers would be given advantages with respect to landing and stopping charges at Swat and Parachinar air terminals.

Saba Ghani
Saba Ghani

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