This country displays interest in running Islamabad airport.

Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Khaqan Murtaza, presided over a meeting to examine the outsourcing process for the country’s three major airports.

DG CAA was briefed on the current status of the outsourcing process during the meeting.

Turkey has expressed interest in the Islamabad airport outsourcing plan, according to the meeting. The CAA staff will inform Turkey’s team on airport outsourcing tomorrow.

Investors from Germany, France, the Netherlands, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, and Turkey, as well as local organisations, have expressed interest in outsourcing Pakistan’s three airports, it was previously reported.

The federal government had already agreed to outsource the country’s three major airports: Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) updated the meeting on the status of the situation.

Khawaja Muhammad Asif was asked to convene an online meeting with Pakistani ambassadors in these countries and to encourage them to aggressively engage with interested groups.

He also proposed connecting local investors with international investors in order to raise local investor awareness and allow them to participate in the bidding process.

Usman Akhtar Bajwa, Secretary of the Privatisation Commission, informed the minister about the marketing strategy and beginning engagements with overseas investors.
The federal minister requested that he tour these nations in order to create active relationships with possible investors and invite parties interested in privatisation to Pakistan.

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