KARACHI - The fuel supply to the International Airlines was halted at the airport on Wednesday. Through a circular, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) had asked the Airlines to come with sufficient fuel, said the spokesman of CAA. The Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) like Shell, Caltex and PSO have notified the CAA on Wednesday morning about the low fuel supply through pipelines run from the petrol pump to the Airport. In this context, the CAA has asked all the International Airlines to come with sufficient fuel to meet their need in order to fly from Karachi to other destination. We have asked the OMCs to provide fuel through oil tankers and all means of supplying up to the Airport, until the supply restored. The OMCs are still supplying fuel through pipeline but it has very low pressure that is why the Airlines will face problem, said the spokesman. He added that the situation would be improved by 12 at night. It is pertinent to mention here that the OMCs and refineries in the country are facing huge outstanding dues which have lead to non payments. Due to non payments by OMCs, the refineries have halted the oil supply previously. According to the source, the Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has not been affected by this situation, as the Airline has sufficient supply to meet its need.