This is Pakistan’s third territory control focus – an office liable for controlling airplane flying in a specific volume of airspace at high heights between air terminal methodologies and takeoffs. Just Karachi and Lahore had such focuses already.
Common Aviation Authority Director-General Hassan Nasir Jamy, who is likewise the flying secretary, initiated it.
Jamy said this office will help increment airspace wellbeing and security.
“It will permit CAA to meet ICAO commitments yet in addition build up a world class ANS framework adequate to satisfy present and future operational necessities,” the flight division said in a tweet posted on its official twitter account.