Allama Iqbal International Airport (OPLA) or Lahore airport is the largest airport in Pakistan’s most populated province. It is located 15km east of the city of Lahore and serves as the busiest airport in this province. Being the third biggest airport in the state, this airport accommodates a massive number of domestic and international flights.
There is so much in the media to talk about the mystery of the Airbus A380 related to Pakistan. Although, there are some facts that cannot be changed it’s more of a financial issue than a political one. Before embarking on the journey to investigate the reasons, it is better to take a quick look
Karachi Airport has always been a hub of glorious aviation activities, even before Pakistan’s creation. It was built as an aerodrome in 1924 and acted as the British-India entry. It enjoys the honor of giving site for building one of the three British R-101 Airship mooring masts and hangars (Kala Chapra). Karachi airport was declared
New Islamabad Airport became operational when the old Benazir Bhutto Airport failed to cope with the increasing traffic. The new airport was built 20 km west of Islamabad, near Kashmir Highway and Motorway Interchange. It started its activities formally on 3rd May 2018. This new airport was established with a vision to broaden the horizon
The old Islamabad airport had started its operations in 1930. After partition, it came under the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority’s ownership and was designated as OPRN under the ICAO forum. It was 1,667ft above the main sea level. Based in Islamabad, Benazir Bhutto International Airport served as the second largest airport in Pakistan for a