New Islamabad Airport to be Inaugurated on 20th April: Here’s How it Looks? The new Islamabad Airport is now all set to be inaugurated on 20th April, 2018, after many delays. As per the information revealed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) the new Islamabad Airport to be inaugurated on 20th April.
The new Islamabad Airport project was earlier to complete last year; however, due to irregularities and delays the project completed this year and caused million of rupee wasted.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has directed the concerned authorities to shift all the activities and other works from Benazir airport to new airport before 20th April, 2018 and the airport will be ready to start operations soon after the inauguration.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will personally inaugurate the airport.
The New Islamabad Airport is constructed with the modern facilities and outlook. The new mosque at the Islamabad Airport for the airport visitors built by keeping in mind the modern architectural approach in fusion with cultural outlook. The structure of the mosque is too much different from the mosques already present in the capital city.
The mosque has ready to open doors for the airport visitors after the inauguration of the.
Currently, Pakistan International Airline flies to around 110 destinations every single day. It has just 36 aircraft but the authorities are planning to expand it to 44 carriers in the next three years.
Apart from PIA beginning its new operation, the Government of Gilgit Baltistan has also invited private airlines to start their flights operation in this region to promote tourism.
Here have a look at the mosque built at the Islamabad Airport.
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