AirSial announces flight operations for Saudi Arabia

Business Mar, 29 2023
AirSial announces flight operations for Saudi Arabia
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KARACHI: AirSial, Pakistan’s third private airline is all set to launch flight operations for Saudi Arabia in order to provide convenience to Umrah pilgrims. Carrier will begin offering four weekly flights from Lahore to Saudi Arabia starting from March 29, with services available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Speaking exclusively to private TV channel, Chairman AirSial Fazal Jilani said that airline would also operate weekly flights to Saudi Arabia from Islamabad from March 30.

“AirSial will also start Karachi-Jeddah, Peshawar to Jeddah and Sialkot-Jeddah flights in second phase,” he said, adding that Airbus320 will be used for Saudi Arabia flights.

Jeelani said that flight operation was launched to facilitate umrah pilgrims, adding that AirSial would operate 68 flights to Saudi Arabia monthly.

Published in The Daily National Courier, March, 29 2023

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