ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Executive Chairman of John Menzies Philipp Joeinig met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Monday and discussed various proposals regarding the promotion of necessary linkages between aviation, airport services, and tourism.
Talking to Philipp Joeinig, the prime minister appreciated interest by international firms for the establishment of tourism services in Pakistan.
The prime minister said that Pakistan is blessed with abundant sites that can be developed into world-class attractions in an eco-friendly and sustainable manner.
In the meeting, proposals regarding the establishment of skiing facilities and mountaineering were also discussed.
The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Sayed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari was also present during the meeting.
Headquartered in Edinburgh, John Menzies is a leading global provider of landside and airside services.
The Company provides cargo handling, freight distribution, and contract labor services to airlines at some 200 airports in more than 35 Countries.