The planning process for the introduction of Pakistan’s first ‘Air Taxi’ has reached its final phases.
The ‘flying taxi’ service is being introduced in Pakistan by Sky Wing Aviation Academy.
Imran Aslam Khan, COO of Sky Wings, said in a statement that the aircraft, which would be used for aerial tours, has arrived in Pakistan. “The company has acquired the DA40 Diamond series aircraft on lease,” he noted.
“The single-engine plane has a capacity of four passengers at a time,” the COO said, adding that the service will be offered from Karachi to rural Sindh and remote Balochistan locations.
“The aircraft would only take three hours to reach Gwadar and one hour to reach Nawabashah,” he claimed. Imran Aslam announced that a service application will be released.