PIA resumes Muscat operation after one-year gap

  • Flight PK-229 took off from Lahore Airport for Oman Saturday night, carrying around 141 passengers
Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s national flag-carrier has resumed its operations on Muscat route after a gap of over one year, a PIA spokesman said on Sunday.

According to Mashhood Tajwar, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will operate twice weekly flights on Saturday and Sunday.

PIA flight PK-229 took off from Lahore Airport for Oman Saturday night, carrying around 141 passengers.

With the introduction of these flights, PIA will have a total of nine flights to Muscat with seven others operating from Peshawar, Turbat and Gwadar.

The airline has also decided to restore its Sialkot-Sharjah route with twice-weekly flights every Tuesday and Friday.

The fights from Sialkot will commence from this Tuesday after which the airline will have five flights per week, including three from Turbat.