New low-cost Pakistani airline gets permission to start UAE operations

by Tanvir Awan
Pakistan’s Fly Jinnah starts flights to Muscat

Fly Jinnah, a low-cost Pakistani airline co-owned by the Lakson Group and the UAE’s Air Arabia Group, has been granted permission by the government to spread its wings on international routes.

The green light was given by the federal cabinet, following a recommendation from the aviation ministry, as revealed by caretaker Information Minister Murtaza Solangi.

Fly Jinnah flights from Pakistan to UAE and other global routes

This exciting development means that Fly Jinnah can now embark on international flight operations to destinations including:

  • UAE (United Arab Emirates)
  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Iraq
  • Malaysia
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Thailand
  • Turkey

Over the past 12 months, Fly Jinnah has solidified its status as a top choice for passengers. The Pakistani airline has created an extensive network of domestic flights, seamlessly connecting major cities in Pakistan, such as:

  • Karachi
  • Lahore
  • Islamabad
  • Peshawar
  • Quetta

Since taking to the skies with its maiden flight on October 31, 2022, Fly Jinnah has consistently emphasized operational excellence and customer satisfaction.

In its debut year, the low-cost airline successfully operated over 4,370 domestic flights, ensuring a hassle-free and enjoyable journey for passengers.

Fly Jinnah mobile app to book flights online

To further enhance the travel experience, Fly Jinnah developed a user-friendly mobile app that enables passengers to easily book flights, track their journeys, and access essential services.

With the new Fly Jinnah mobile app, passengers can now effortlessly book their preferred flights and access a range of convenient facilities, simplifying travel arrangements like never before.

The Civil Aviation Authority in the South-Asian country has acknowledged Fly Jinnah’s unwavering commitment to operational excellence, praising its punctuality and consistency during its extraordinary flights and designating it as the country’s top airline.

As Fly Jinnah enters its second year of operations, it remains dedicated to expanding its reach, setting new benchmarks in the aviation industry, and providing even greater benefits to its passengers.

Currently, the UAE hosts a significant South Asian diaspora, with 1.7 million Pakistanis, making it the second-largest group in the country.

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