Fly Jinnah increases flight frequency between Karachi, Islamabad

City News May, 28 2023
Fly Jinnah increases flight frequency between Karachi, Islamabad
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Karachi: Fly Jinnah Pakistan’s new low-cost carrier (LCC), announced an increase in flight frequency between Karachi and Islamabad effective from June 1, 2023. Airline will now operate three daily flights per week, providing travellers with greater convenience and flexibility. As summer season approaches, demand for affordable and reliable air travel options between two major cities continues to grow. Fly Jinnah aims to enhance connectivity and meet needs of both business and leisure travelers, ensuring seamless travel experience.

Fly Jinnah remains committed to providing reliable and comfortable travel at competitive prices while prioritising passenger experience by offering quality service, efficient operations and more connectivity. At present, Fly Jinnah connects five major cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta.

Published in The Daily National Courier, May, 29 2023

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