Bhoja Air (Karachi International) has lost its air operator certificate, at least temporarily, following the crash of its B737-200 AP-BKC (MSN 23167) at Islamabad International on April 20. The Pakistani civil aviation authority has revoked its air operator certificate last week on the basis that Bhoja Air currently does not operate the minimum number of aircraft required to hold an AOC for scheduled passenger transportation. According to the CAA's rules at least three aircraft would be required, but Bhoja Air is only left with one B737-200Adv. and one B737-400 at the moment although it had plans to add two more ex-Comair (South Africa) (CAW, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) B737-200Adv. aircraft at a later stage. Bhoja Air is however still selling flights from June 10 onwards, so is apparently assuming it will be able to resume operations shortly.