Bhoja Air, a private Pakistani carrier resumed domestic services on 05-Mar-2012 after suspending its operations in 2001 due to financial difficulties. The carrier had acquired a Boeing 737 aircraft to operate the domestic services to Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Multanand Sukkur. It planned to launch service to Dubai in the near future. Bhoja Air suspended service operations again on 22-Apr-2012, following the crash of Flight 213. Due to a reduction in fleet size from three to two aircraft, Bhoja breached Pakistan's aviation regulation and the country's Ministry of Defense imposed an indefinite ban from 29-May-2012. Bhoja Air announced plans to lease another aircraft and resume operations in Aug-2012. However, the airline abandoned the plans and sold it's remaining aircraft.
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