ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Airport Management has committed itself to give the control of the cargo complex to Islamabad Customs at new Islamabad Airport on 1st of November 2017.
This was said by Additional Collector Nisar Ahmad Phullerwan while talking with Customs Today.
Pakistan Revenue Automation (Pvt) Ltd (PRAL’s) building has almost been completed and will be functional within the current month. During a meeting between Islamabad Customs officials and airport management, the officials finalized the shifting plan to the new airport. The meeting was attended by Collector MCC Islamabad Dr. Saeed Khan Jadoon, Sadia Usman, Assistant Collector BBI Airport, Additional Collector AFU and other officials of the airport management.
Regarding the revenue performance of the AFU during first 10 days of October FY17-18, he said the AFU Islamabad achieved the assigned target of the whole month of October FY 17-18 under the head of Sales Tax in first 10 days. The AFU earned revenue amounting to Rs211.45million during initial 10 days of October FY17-18 against the allocated revenue target of Rs172.63 million.
During first 10 days of October FY17-18, the AFU earned surplus revenue of Customs Duty as well during 10 days of FY17-18. The Additional Collector said the AFU collected Rs87.55million of CD while it was assigned revenue collection target of Rs76.60million. During said period, the AFU received Rs10.95million extra revenue under all the heads against the earmarked proportional revenue target for 10 days of October FY17-18.
Nisar told CT that, during initial 10 days of October FY17-18, the AFU got Rs79.90million as Income Tax (IT) against the assigned proportional revenue collection target of Rs43.00 million. The AFU was allocated revenue collection target of Rs120.49million for the month of October FY17-18 under the head of IT.