KARACHI:

Fly Jinnah is launching flights for its new international route between Islamabad and Muscat in Oman on Friday (today).

Before the departure of the maiden flight, a special cake-cutting ceremony will be held in the lounge of Islamabad Airport, which will be attended by the representatives of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), airport security and other agencies. The flight will be given a water salute at the Muscat airport.

Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s cheapest airline, will initially operate two weekly flights on this new route on Friday and Sunday. This new route will be the third international route on Fly Jinnah’s international flights list that includes Sharjah, UAE.

A spokesperson for the airline said that this expansion of “our international route is in line with our commitment to provide affordable air travel to our passengers” both domestically and internationally.

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“Fly Jinnah is very proud to introduce its third international route from Islamabad to Muscat, the capital of Oman, after the successful launch of international flights to Sharjah from Islamabad and Lahore, marking another milestone,” the spokesperson added.

Fly Jinnah is steadfast in providing its passengers with the convenience of cheap air travel. Currently, Fly Jinnah is serving Pakistan’s five major cities – Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta – with its fleet of five modern Airbus A320 aircraft.

Fly Jinnah flights can be booked on the airline’s website: www.flyjinnah.com, call centre #111-000-035 or through the travel agencies.



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