The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and other private airlines have increased their fares for the domestic flights at the beginning of the new year.
As per the revision, one-way trip from Karachi to Lahore, Islamabad will cost more than Rs 35,000. According to sources, fares from Lahore to Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Islamabad and Rahim Yar Khan have been increased by Rs 10,000 to Rs15,000.
Similarly, the private airlines are charging Rs 36,000 for flights bound to Rahim Yar Khan Faisalabad and Islamabad.
Meanwhile, a sudden increase in fares of PIA and private airlines caused difficulties for the people who have planned their journeys following winter vacations.
Earlier, on May 29, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) and other private airlines had increased their fares after the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) had increased the fuel prices following a sharp increase in the international market and the soaring dollar.
Earlier, Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has imposed heavy fine on its passenger during a flight from Islamabad to London.
According to the details, crew members of the national airline of Pakistan had caught a passenger smoking during flight, he was traveling in flight number PK 792.