PIA to resume flight operations to Kabul
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to resume flight operation to Kabul on Monday.
PIA will recommence its flight operation to Kabul on September 13 as the first flight will leave for Afghanistan capital on Monday at 7:30 am.
The civil aviation authority of Afghanistan permitted Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to land at the Kabul airport.
According to a statement, the PIA spokesperson said that the national carrier finished the arrangements for the Kabul flight operation in which Airbus 320 aircraft will be used.
Furthermore, the PIA management declared to function special flights to Najaf, Baghdad, and Damascus on the occasion of Arbaeen.
The spokesperson announced that PIA will operate direct flights to the said destinations from Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad. According to the flight schedule, eight flights will be operated from Karachi to Najaf, three flights to Damascus, and one flight to Baghdad.
Moreover, three flights will be operated from Lahore to Najaf, one each to Baghdad and Damascus.
From the federal capital Islamabad, one flight will be departed to Najaf, the spokesperson added.
The special flight operation on Arbaeen will be started from September 17 to 24.
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