KARACHI - Civil Aviation Authority will install Instrument Landing System (ILS) at Quetta Airport to facilitate domestic and international carriers in performing their smooth operations in case of unfair weather and flights operating after dusk. The plan which has already been approved by CAA board has been forwarded to the Planning Commission of Pakistan for the final approval. The estimated cost for the project of installing Instrument Landing System (ILS) at Quetta Airport will be Rs.65 to 70million that would be completed by the October of this year after the approval given by the Planning Commission. The efforts made by the Civil Aviation Authority in the light of DG CAA, Farooq Rehmatullah, is to bring about all Pakistani airports at par with the International Standards and   further enhance the safety measures, during the domestic and international flights operations CAA has also purchased a land  towards  '13' end of the runway of  Quetta Airport where PAF will install Airfield Lightening System that will channelize the aircrafts during landing at night , whereas Airfield Lightening System has already been installed at the  '31' end of the Quetta Airport.