Jinnah International Airport is Pakistan's largest and busiest international and domestic airport. Located in Karachi, the largest city of Pakistan and capital of the province of Sindh, it is named after Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.Run by the Civil Aviation Authority , The airport provides a hub for the flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines, Air Indus, Shaheen Air, Airblue and many other private airlines. The airport is equipped with aircraft engineering and overhauling facilities including the Ispahani Hangar for wide-body aircraft. In 2015-2016, 6,196,903 passengers used the airport and there were 55,461 aircraft movements.HistoryJ. R. D. Tata, the father of civil aviation in British India made the maiden voyage from Juhu Aerodrome in Bombay to Drigh Road airstrip (now Jinnah International Airport), Karachi, via Ahmedabad, on 15 October 1932 carrying mail in a Puss Moth aircraft.