Several Pakistani airports will get new COOs

Significant changes have occurred within the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) since the appointment of an Acting Director General (DG).

Among the proposed modifications is the rotation of Chief Operating Officers (COOs) at different airports across the country.

There are also hints of upcoming senior officer appointments and transfers at the CAA headquarters in Karachi.

These changes occur during a transition phase following the transfer of Khaqan Murtaza, the previous DGCAA, to the chairperson of the Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI), as announced by the federal government.

With these developments, Pakistan’s aviation sector expects a shift in leadership and organizational dynamics within the Civil Aviation Authority.

The federal government announced last week that Khaqan Murtaza would be transferred from the Director General (DG) of Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

Following agreement from the Federal Cabinet, the Establishment Division announced Khaqan Murtaza’s transfer and appointed him chairman of the Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI).

Saif Anjum, the Secretary of Aviation, was given the additional charge of DGCAA, according to the notice.

It is worth noting that Khaqan Murtaza was named DG-CAA during the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government.

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