Bhoja Air: First flight takes off today

The management of Bhoja Air says that this will bring positive changes in the aviation industry.

Our Correspondent March 05, 2012


First commercial flight of Bhoja Air will take off from the Jinnah International Airport, Karachi for Lahore on Tuesday (today). The airline is re-launching itself and will connect Karachi to Sukkur, Multan, Lahore and Islamabad.

Bhoja Air Managing Director Arshad Jalil, in a press release, said, “Aviation industry in Pakistan requires many more carriers to facilitate communications and connect Pakistan together. Bhoja Air aims to provide rejuvenated experience and affordable value for passengers by focusing on punctual schedules, in-flight menu and appealing services for the ease of passengers.”

The management of Bhoja Air says that this will bring positive changes in the aviation industry and for the passengers as new carriers bring more competitive products which will eventually raise service standards.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 6th, 2012.


Asim Nisar | 9 years ago | Reply

Dear Sir,

Great news for the passengers for relaunching of a Bhoja Air, I think after 11 years with the new hopes and great courage. Our all great wishes for the Bhoja airline and hope that they will be a very productive in their competitors. Economical will be for the passengers.

Gh Yasin mahar | 9 years ago | Reply

It is good news for us to increase busniss and man power promot in the country hope that more bsns man wil do work here and i requiest to govt that give the secuirty and peice to our bisns man so thx.

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