Pakistan opened up its air routes to the US, UK and Scandinavian countries to the nation's private airlines. Aero Asia, Shaheen Air International and Air Blue, which had been limited to Gulf and ASEAN destinations, are mulling further expansion to take advantage of the new opportunities. The government's move was prompted by the reported inability of Pakistan International Airlines to meet demand, which has been filled by Gulf carriers such as Emirates.

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