SCCI Urges Airlines to Enhance Services for Business Community

Peshawar: President of the Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), Fuad Ishaq, called upon private airliners to enhance their efforts in supporting the business community to an optimal extent. Emphasizing the importance of corporate social responsibility, Ishaq urged private airlines to implement schemes, incentives, and services that cater specifically to the needs of businesses. He highlighted that such initiatives not only contribute to building a positive image and public trust for the airlines but also bring these commendable efforts to the forefront of public awareness.

These statements were made by Fuad Ishaq during a meeting held at the Chamber’s House on Tuesday, where he engaged with Emirates Airline International’s Senior Sales Officer, Faraz Ahmad, and Sales Executive, Azam Jan. Vice President SCCI, Ijaz Khan Afridi, senior member Fazl Muqeem and Secretary General SCCI Sajjad Aziz were present in the meeting. Both sides on the occasion agreed to take joint initiatives for facilitating the business community and offer them special incentives.

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Fuad Ishaq emphasized that there was dire need that SCCI and Emirates airline should initiate joint measures to provide facilities and incentives and other special steps under corporate social responsibility. The Chamber President suggested the introduction of special loyalty cards and display of the joint logo of SCCI and Emirates Airlines at public and private educational institutions. He said our topmost priority is to make efforts for provision of maximum facilities to the business community, ease of doing businesses and removal of irritants/difficulty for smooth promotion of businesses, trade and industries in the province.

Fuad Ishaq asked the Emirates Airline should outreach to all members of the chamber and general public so that they will fully benefit from schemes and customers-friendly initiatives. He assured that the SCCI would extend full cooperation in this regard. Later, senior officials of the Emirates Airline agreed with the proposals of the SCCI chief Fuad Ishaq and assured that all these suggestions would be taken up with high-level at the airline and to ensure further facilitates and incentives to SCCI members in the light of these recommendations.

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