In celebration of its three years in operation, Pakistan’s private airline, AirSial, unveiled plans for a significant international expansion.
The announcement was made during a ceremony attended by the airline’s top leadership, including Chairman Fazal Jilani, CEO Amin Ahsan, Senior Vice Chairman Qaiser Iqbal Baryar, Vice Chairman Umar Mir, Chaudhry Umar Nawaz Saroya, and other key staff members.
AirSial flights to UAE and other countries
Come mid-January next year, AirSial is set to embark on an exciting journey with the commencement of flights to the United Kingdom. Expanding its reach further, the airline will initiate flight operations to the UAE, Qatar, Iraq, and Iran in 2024.
The management emphasized their commitment to regulatory compliance, stating that all necessary rules and regulations for these new routes have been meticulously addressed.
Noteworthy achievements from earlier this year include AirSial’s initiative to provide convenience to Umrah pilgrims by launching weekly flights to Saudi Arabia. Building on this success, the airline has revealed plans to broaden its flight operations to Jeddah, introducing five weekly flights from Karachi and Multan, along with two weekly flights from Sialkot.
As AirSial continues to mark milestones and embrace new horizons, stay tuned for further updates on this ambitious international expansion, shaping the airline’s role in the global aviation landscape.