CAA forced foreign aircraft to return after unauthorised entry into Pakistan airspace
KARACHI - Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) Air Traffic Controller (ATC) forced a foreign aircraft to return back after it entered into Pakistani airspace without permission.
According to media reports, the aircraft had entered into the airspace near Karachi from Muscat, however, more details about the aircraft have not been revealed yet.
The timely intervention by the ATC made the aircraft pilot return after he was asked to provide for the permit and the code to enter into the airspace.
The foreign aircraft returned upon a warning by the ATC authorities after the pilot refused to give the permit and code to enter into the country’s airspace.
- Govt to spend more than Rs30b on higher education this year, says ...11:57 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Youth-led projects showcased in Student Leaders Conference08:41 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Infinix, CarlCare join hands with M&P to provide unmatched after-sale ...08:26 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Mehwish Hayat says Pervez Musharraf deserves a chance to be heard02:30 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Kate Middleton thanks Maheen Khan with sweet note02:06 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Humayun Saeed shares an all smile picture with brothers01:39 PM | 6 Dec, 2019
- Zameen.com launches new Plot Finder tool to facilitate online plot ...07:25 PM | 22 Nov, 2019
- Azadi March: Chaudhry brothers active for compromise talks as Fazl ...12:08 AM | 5 Nov, 2019
- 8 Reasons to buy HONOR 8 Series04:49 PM | 23 Oct, 2019
- Meet members of Pakistan’s first-ever National Youth Council05:05 PM | 1 Jul, 2019