The new Pakistani domestic airline, Serene Air, has conducted a test flight from Karachi to Islamabad and back again. The testing flight was a non-commercial one and was sort of a “rehearsal” before the commercial flights begin.
Boarding, Image Courtesy Serene Air on Facebook
Serene Air did not use the new Boeing 737-800 (New Generation) aircraft for this test. Instead they used a former Anadolujet (Turkish domestic airline) owned Boeing 737-800 for the flight. The flight number designated for this flight was ER786.
Mid Flight, Image Courtesy Serene Air on Facebook
Booking Available for These Cities
The airline inducted its second and third aircraft during the last few weeks in Karachi. Booking was set to launch from 23rd January and has since launched for:
The fares for economy class are as follows:
Note that the fares mentioned here are only applicable if you use a promo code. These are promotional rates for economy class tickets.
Regular economy class tickets cost higher with flights from Karachi-Lahore, Karachi-Peshawar and Karachi-Islamabad going for Rs. 8,194 for a one-way ticket.
For Karachi to Quetta it’s Rs. 7,050 one way.
Unique Features of Serene Air
Serene Air’s inaugural commercial flight will be on 29th January. The inaugural flight will go from Karachi to Islamabad with the airline offering some unique features and offers for its customers.
It will offer a full meal on board the flight and there will be a different menu every day. In addition to that Serene Air will offer discounts on a family of 5 or more people and discounts for children between the ages of 2-11 years.
The airline will commence operations in Multan and Skardu in the upcoming weeks.