A modern baggage scanning machine has been installed at Jinnah International Airport Karachi, donated by the United Kingdom. The scanner is capable of detecting prohibited items, and is expected to improve security at the airport.
The scanner was inaugurated by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Christian Turner. He said that the installation of scanning machine is a “significant advancement” in aviation security, and that it will help to keep passengers safe.
The scanning machine is also expected to speed up the process of screening luggage, as it can scan multiple bags at once. This will be a major benefit for passengers, as it will reduce the amount of time they spend waiting in line.
The installation of scanning machine is a sign of the close cooperation between Pakistan and the United Kingdom in the field of aviation security. It is also a reflection of Pakistan’s commitment to improving the safety of its airports.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said that the same scanning machine will also be installed at Lahore Airport. This is part of the CAA’s ongoing efforts to improve security at all of Pakistan’s airports.
The British High Commissioner also expressed hope that direct flights between Pakistan and the United Kingdom will resume soon. He said that technical discussions between the two countries’ civil aviation agencies have been completed, and that the way is now clear for the resumption of flights.
The installation of the scanning machine at Jinnah International Airport is a positive development for aviation security in Pakistan. It is a sign of the country’s commitment to keeping passengers safe, and it will help to improve the efficiency of airport operations.