Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has announced a new flight schedule for many tourist sites, including Gilgit and Skardu.
Today, the national flag airline said that flights between Balochistan’s Kech area and the city of Turbat would be launched shortly thereafter. From February 26, the airline will begin offering flights between Quetta and Turbat.
During this period, it should be remembered that the airline made the decision to begin operating flights between Turbat and Sharjah in January of last year. Flight operations between Turbat and Sharjah will be carried out by ATR aircraft, according to the spokesperson.
The decision was made in order to make it easier for individuals to travel to mountainous places.
Furthermore, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will resume flying operations from Lahore and Karachi to Gilgit and Skardu in order to increase tourism in the northern territories. In response to questions, a PIA official stated that the flight operation was intended to encourage tourism in the country’s northern regions.
The national carrier will restart flight operations on March 13, according to the officials. Flights from Lahore to Gilgit and from Karachi to Skardu will be operated by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
Earlier this month, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) announced that it would begin operating direct flights to Australia twice a week.
According to the airline, two direct flights from Lahore and Karachi will be launched by the national carrier in the latter week of March.
PIA has announced that it will conduct direct flights to Australia twice a week, using its Boeing 777 aircraft, according to a representative for the airline.
Moreover, they had previously stated that the national flag airline had applied to the Australian Aviation Safety Authority for approval to begin flight operations.