Six New Airlines are ready to start operations in 2018,Flynas starts 14 direct flights to Pakistan

Jiddat Web Desk ,Feb 13, 2018 ::The affordable airline of Saudi Arab, Flynas is starting 14 direct flights from Saudi Arab to Pakistan. From Thursday Flynas will launch its flights to the big cities of Pakistan.The airline is spreading & expanding its operations in Asia, thus it is starting direct flights to Pakistan. It is ready to start its operations on new strategic global routes.From Dammam, Riyadh, and Jeddah Flynas is starting flights to Lahore & Islamabad.On Thursday flights from Riyadh to Lahore will start.On Friday flights from Riyadh to Islamabad will begin. On the same day, Dammam to Lahore flights will also launch.On Saturday Jeddah to Lahore flights will commence.A320 fleet and new B767 aircraft will be used in these flights.Those who want to book the flight you can do it via Flynas smartphone application, any travel agent or flynas website.Business travelers along with Hajj & Umrah passengers can avail these offers offered by Flynas. Furthermore Flynas offers flights to 17 domestic areas that are within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.In Pakistan six new airlines are ready to start operations in 2018. They are Liberty Air owned by Chaudhry Munir and Mian Amir, Go Green Airways owned by Elahi Group, Arshad Jalil and Danish Elahi, Air Sial by the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce, Askari Air Pakistan by the Army Welfare Trust (AWT), Afeef Zara Airways owned by Rashid Siddiqui, and United Airways Pakistan Limited by Adnan Tabbani.Furthermore quite recently Salman Air which is Oman’s first affordable airline after receiving clearance from Pakistan’s aviation authorities has launched its direct flight operations to Multan. It has started its operations starting from 9th of February 2018.When we talk about Pakistan’s chief airline PIA, it is closing routes one after another. IA in November closed routes to three European destinations after it suspended flights to New York. Then PIA closed flights to Kuwait.As airlines like Flynas are expanding their routes, airlines like PIA are dying.

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