A joint venture between Fly Jinnah and the international carrier Air Arabia resulted in the successful completion of its initial trip from Karachi to Islamabad.
A private hotel in Karachi hosted the opening ceremony. Fly Jinnah is a low-cost carrier, according to Arman Yahya, the airline’s chief operational officer. He declared that the airline will maintain low operational costs, which would benefit the general population by resulting in affordable fares.
Yahya remarked at the occasion, “The support Air Arabia has given us is essentially in the training sector and their assistance is always with us.
Three Airbus A-320 aircraft make up Fly Jinnah’s fleet, one of which—AP-BOP—was utilised on the inaugural trip. The same plane will return the visitors from Islamabad to Karachi.
On the inaugural flight from Karachi to Islamabad, passengers included former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Fly Jinnah chairman Iqbal Lakhani, Air Arabia COE Adil Al Ali, senator Saleem Mandviwala, members of show business, and travel brokers.
Today marks the official start of commercial flights (Wednesday).
The airline will fly flights daily between Karachi and Quetta, as well as four flights each week between Karachi and Islamabad, Lahore, and Peshawar. Flight tickets start at Rs 13,999, and c Moreover, the passengers will be provided entertainment services during the flight for free. Customers are permitted to check up to 10kg of luggage.