Alert Sign Dear reader, online ads enable us to deliver the journalism you value. Please support us by taking a moment to turn off Adblock on

Alert Sign Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience


Key transfers in CAA; Afsar Malik appointed Karachi airport manager

Published Jun 18, 2013 10:41am


Your Name:

Recipient Email:

—File Photo.
—File Photo.

ISLAMABAD: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Tuesday ordered a number of key transfers on Tuesday, with Afsar Malik being appointed manager of the Jinnah International Airport and his predecessor Nasir Sheikh ordered to report at the authority’s head office, DawnNews quoted sources as saying.

Meanwhile, Ayaz Jadoon has been appointed the new manager of Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto International Airport.

Ashfaq Ahmed, who was serving as manager of the Islamabad airport, has been appointed Multan airport’s project manager.

Moreover, Nadir Shafi Dar, the CAA’s chief commercial officer, has been assigned new responsibilities as director safety and quality assurance.

Furthermore, Tariq Gul, who was earlier serving as deputy manager of Islamabad airport, has been transferred to Multan.

Tahir Sikander has been appointed Islamabad airport’s new deputy manager.


Your Name:

Recipient Email:

Comments (4) Closed

Jehanzaib Jun 18, 2013 02:59pm

We, as readers, can not judge what this news mean for us. We don't really know who these guys are or whether these transfers will improve our traveling experience--especially at Islamabad's Benazir Airport.

Apart from improving the quality of news, it would be more helpful if you could add some additional information to help readers assess whether it's of any use to them.

Information Age Jun 18, 2013 04:06pm

Cosmetic changes as USUAL.

Asma Tanoli Jun 18, 2013 04:08pm

Islamabad airport is the worst run airport in the country. I hope Mr. Jadoon can improve it.

Aziz Jun 19, 2013 08:59am

Anything to do with two junior diplomats not being allowed to enter Karachi and returned back to Islamabad?