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PIA making efforts to overcome DOC losses on int’l routes

February 14, 2020: The Pakistan International Airlines, the national flag-carrier, is making consistent efforts to bring down the losses it faced on Director Operating Cost (DOC) of flights at almost 18 international routes.

During the 12-month period from January-December 2019, the PIA suffered accumulative loss in DOC of around Rs 5 billion, according to an official document submitted before the Parliament.

As per the break-up, the airlines bore Rs 566 million DOC loss on Pakistan-Toronto-Pakistan, Rs 58 million on Islamabad-Jeddah-Islamabad, Rs 418.4 million on Islamabad-London-Islamabad, Rs 143 million on Lahore-London-Lahore, Rs 129 on Faisalabad-Jeddah-Faisalabad, Rs 32 million on Sialkot-Riyadh-Sialkot, Rs 66 million on Turbat-Sharjah-Turbat, Rs 27 million on Sialkot-Dammam-Sialkot, Rs 207 million on Pakistan-Copenhagen-Oslo-Pakistan, Rs 49 million on Karachi-Dammam-Karachi, Rs 88 million on Turbat-Mascat-Turbat, Rs 939 million on Pakistan-Paris-Barcelona-Pakistan, Rs 747 million on Pakistan-Milan-Paris-Pakistan, Rs 738 million on Pakistan-Beijing-Tokyo-Beijing-Pakistan, Rs 552 million on Karachi-London-Karachi, Rs 267 million on Pakistan-Oslo-Copenhagen-Pakistan, Rs 177 million on Sialkot-London-Sialkot and Rs 10 million on Quetta-Jeddah-Quetta routes.


Posted on: 2020-02-14T15:20:00+05:00


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