ISLAMABAD, SEP 20 (DNA) – The Pakistan International Airline (PIA) will fly 32 special flights to the U.K. as the country has been delisted from the U.K.’s red list. The special flight will be operated between September 22nd and October 31st. The booking for the special flights’ seats has begun.
PIA has paced up the arrangements at the Islamabad International Airport. Special flights will be operated from Islamabad Airport to London and Manchester cities. As per the schedule, seven lights will be operated from September 22 to September 30 while 25 flights from Oct 1st to Oct 30th.
Sources said that the national airline will use Jorden Airline charter planes for special flights. Earlier, the PIA announced in a tweet, “A320 becomes part of PIA fleet. Vintage 2017, the plane arrived at NIIA. It’s part of PIA’s fleet replacement program that would provide a better and much more comfortable travel experience to our valued customers.” = DNA