Fly Jinnah starts flights to Muscat

Airline plans to fly twice a week to Oman’s capital

Our Correspondent May 11, 2024
Fly Jinnah CEO Arman Yahya, Director Ali Muscatia, ASF Chief Security Officer Colonel Nadeem Asif and Airport Manager Aftab Geelani cutting the cake at the opening ceremony of Fly Jinnah’s flight to Muscat. PHOTO: FILE


Pakistan’s cheapest airline Fly Jinnah on Friday started its non-stop flight between the Islamabad International Airport and the Muscat International Airport.

Some 172 passengers departed through Fly Jinnah’s first flight to Oman. Upon arrival at the Muscat Airport, the flight was greeted with the traditional aviation water cannon salute.

Every week two flights will be operated between the two cities. The route will provide passengers with an easy and cheap air travel to the beautiful city of Muscat.

Commenting on the launch of the international flight, the Fly Jinnah CEO said, “We are committed to continuous growth and success to expand opportunities in air travel. I am proud to have started non-stop flights between Islamabad and Muscat, which is Fly Jinnah’s third international destination. This expansion underscores Fly Jinnah’s commitment to offering more affordable and quality air travel domestically and internationally.”

Published in The Express Tribune, May 11th, 2024.

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