Passengers coming to Pakistan will be served with Chai as a Welcome gesture to the land of hospitality at major Airports. Khawaja Saad Rafique, the federal minister of aviation, raised the bar for the country of Chai lovers in terms of airline courtesy. In an effort to win their hearts, airline customers will soon be given complimentary Chai at the airport, the federal minister announced in a statement.
The service will initially be made available to travelers passing through the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore. According to a spokeswoman for the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA), Chai vendors have been asked to submit bids for the project. Airports will begin offering free Chai to travelers in three to four weeks, he added.
Even invaders flying through Pakistani airspace are persuaded by the country’s ability to make real Chai. Even the Indian pilot Abhinandan, who was held captive by Pakistan, was in amazement; he praised the Chai. The greatest Chai importer in the world is Pakistan, which cost the government’s treasury an astounding $600 million in 2017.
According to a CAA source, the project in the three cities has been put out to bid, and the work will begin as soon as the bid is accepted. Following that, the procedure is anticipated to take three to four weeks. Given the lack of Chai shops in the area, a similar service had been established at the Skardu airport in 2016.