Aviation and Air Transportation in Pakistan
اِسلامی جمہوریہ پاكِستان
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan spans 881,913 square kilometers (340,509 square miles) and before 2020, about 500,000 jobs were supported by the air transport sector, according to the IATA. The meant about $3.3 billion gross value added to Pakistan's GDP. The Middle East was the largest market for passenger flows to Pakistan, with 6.1 million passengers arriving in Pakistan from the Middle East (51.5% of the total).
Pakistan was affected by the events of 2020 and IATA's predicted growth of the country's air transport 184% by 2038 is unsure. The coming months will say a lot about industry recovery. It is still true that air transport and aviation are hugely important in Pakistan, the world's fifth-most populous country with more than 212.2 million people. The industry has deep roots there and lots of milestones. For example, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was the first Asian airline to be granted maintenance approval by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Air Registration Board, the predecessor of the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
NSL Aerospace works with Pakistani airlines, OEMs, chemical management companies, and aircraft MROs of all sizes. We are a dependable partner in the South Asian airline industry and aerospace industry.
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