CAA suffers Rs3 billion loss after flights suspension
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has suffered a loss of Rs3.194 billion in March on account of aeronautical charges after suspension of international flight operations amid coronavirus outbreak.
This was revealed in an email sent to Joint Secretary and Director Air Transport by the PIA additional director billing, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Sunday.
The CAA had already extended its ban on all flight operations besides barring chartered and private planes amid coronavirus pandemic.
The CAA notified the extension for the closure of all kind of flight operations including domestic and international following the orders of the federal government.
Meanwhile, special flights are being operated to bring back the Pakistanis stranded in different countries.