According to reports, the British Department for Transport (DFT) has agreed to install high-tech security equipment in Pakistani airports to improve security measures.
According to the DFT, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) plans to install these gadgets at the airports in Lahore and Karachi.
These contemporary gadgets are equipped with cutting-edge technology that can efficiently check travellers’ bags and luggage. In addition, the DFT has offered to donate its time and resources to providing the equipment.
DFT and the leadership of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) came to an agreement in February of last year to create a new airport security system.
This choice was made following consultation with representatives from the PIA, Airport Security Force (ASF), and CAA, as well as a three-person British transport team.
An earlier training session on this topic was held at the Allama Iqbal International Airport (AIIAP) in Lahore as part of Pakistan and the British High Commission’s joint efforts to enhance aviation safety.