The preparations for launching Pakistan’s first “Air Taxi” service are nearly complete. This “flying taxi” service is being introduced to the nation by Sky Wing Aviation Academy.
The aircraft for the aerial tours has arrived in Pakistan, according to Imran Aslam Khan, Chief Operating Officer of Sky Wings. For this, the company has leased a DA40 Diamond series aircraft.
The COO claims that the single-engine aircraft can carry four passengers at once. Travel from Karachi to remote areas in Balochistan and rural Sindh will be possible with the service.
He added that flying would take about three hours to get to Gwadar and one hour to get to Nawabshah. Imran Aslam also disclosed the impending release of a service application.
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