Fly Jinnah starts non-stop flights to Bahrain

New route will initially start with frequency of two weekly flights

Our Correspondent June 15, 2024


Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s low-cost carrier, has commenced non-stop flights between Islamabad and Bahrain, adding another destination to its rapidly expanding network after launching flights to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman.

The carrier commemorated the start of its new route with a pre-departure inaugural ceremony at Islamabad International Airport, attended by Fly Jinnah representatives and senior management from Islamabad International Airport. The new route will initially start with a frequency of two weekly flights.

Commenting on the launch of the airline’s fourth international route, the Fly Jinnah’s spokesperson said, “Fly Jinnah is proud to mark another milestone with the introduction of our fourth international route, linking Islamabad and Bahrain. This strategic expansion underscores our dedication to offering our valued customers new options for affordable and value-driven air travel domestically and internationally. The new addition highlights our rapidly growing international network, bringing even more connectivity and convenience to our passengers.”

With a modern fleet of five Airbus A320 aircraft, Fly Jinnah serves five major cities in Pakistan: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Quetta. This new route adds to the airline’s growing list of international destinations, complementing the existing flight route to Sharjah, UAE.


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