Dedicated PIA aircraft to bring PM Nawaz back to home
KARACHI: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has deputed a committed air ship Boeing 777 to bring back the Prime Minister’s camp office incompletely moved to London because of his wellbeing issues.
The PIA Spokesperson said in an announcement that because of the Prime Minister’s wellbeing issues, the PM Office had somewhat been moved to London, where a camp office had been set up.
“Since the PM has recouped after his surgery and is permitted to travel, the entire camp office must be moved back to Pakistan. On PIA’s customary flights, such a large number of seats were not accessible, because of which the main choice was to depute a devoted flying machine,” the announcement said.
He said the same number of seats were not accessible on PIA’s consistent flights because of which the main choice was to depute a devoted flying machine.
PM Nawaz Sharif will leave London at 10 AM UK-time. He is relied upon to arrive in Lahore on Sunday.
Extraordinary changes will be made in the airplane to make it agreeable for the leader’s travel.
The PM counseled with his specialists thrice after his open heart surgery in London on May 31.