German “Lufthansa” plans to resume flights to Pakistan after 13 Years

Following a 13-year break, German aircraft Lufthansa continues week after week traveler trips to Pakistan, as indicated by an emissary.

German Ambassador to Pakistan Bernhard Stephan Schlagheck indicated that a designation of German finance managers would visit Pakistan one week from now to investigate speculation possibilities.


It was uncovered that the corporate appointment would visit Karachi and Islamabad to meet with private area financial backers and high-positioning government authorities.

The impending visit of a German designation to Pakistan, as per Secretary Mazhar, is a highly reassuring sign for the nation’s economy.

She guarantees that an undeniable level gathering with Siemens’ worldwide CFO to examine the organization’s likely arrangements will make it ready for Siemens to grow its quality in Pakistan.


While illustrating the large number in Pakistan, the secretary expressed that administrative change is a primary concern for the current government, with financial backer help getting extraordinary accentuation.

She educated the diplomat about the ten-year charge exclusion that has been carried out in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) just as the historic one-window activity that will be initiated toward the finish of November this year.

She added that worldwide organizations, for example, Samsung and Uniqlo, will start activities in Pakistan. Furthermore, she disclosed to German financial backers that the Board of Investment, as the nation’s chief speculation advancement and help establishment, will help them at all times.


In the wake of suspending trips in Pakistan in 1998, Lufthansa, a German aircraft and an individual from the Star Alliance Network restarted tasks in 2007. However, for undisclosed business reasons, the German banner transporter expressed in October 2008 that it would stop its flying activities in Karachi and Lahore.

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