Federal Minister for Aviation Khawaja Saad Rafique on Tuesday has taken airline hospitality to another level for the tea-loving nation.
In an effort to win their hearts, airline customers will soon be given complimentary tea at the airport, the federal minister announced in a statement.
The service will initially be made available to travelers passing through the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore.
According to a spokeswoman for the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA), tea vendors have been asked to submit bids for the project.
In three to four weeks, airports will start serving free tea to passengers, he added.
Pakistanis have such a knack for tea that even aggressors entering Pakistani airspace are convinced by its authenticity.
Pakistan is the world’s largest importer of tea, which cost the treasury a whopping $600m last year.