Shaheen Air Adds Another Airbus A319 to its Fleet

Shaheen Air International (SAI) has inducted another Airbus A319 into its fleet.

The sixth Airbus A319 allows SAI to expand on its local and international routes.

The Airbus A319 has been custom-fitted with thin and linear seats to provide added comfort to passengers. Due to this, it can accommodate approximately 150 passengers in its all-economy segment.

It has a brand new interior, that the airline claims will offer more value and comfort to people who choose to travel with Shaheen Air.

Upon the induction of the new aircraft, Zohaib Hassan, Chief Marketing Officer of Shaheen Air International, remarked,

We are constantly looking to expand our fleet size, as we set our sights towards new local and international destinations. With the addition of the sixth Airbus, we will not only grow by way of new routes, but also provide more comfort and reliability to our passengers. I hope our passengers continue enjoying the experience of flying with us.

The airline is slated to receive one more aircraft (another Airbus A319) in the coming months.

About Shaheen Air International

In March of this year, SAI had rebranded itself by launching a new logo that complimented its vision and innovation in setting new standards in the field of aviation.

The airliner began its journey as Pakistan’s first private airline 24 years ago and quickly earned the privilege of being considered as Pakistan’s second national carrier.

Now with 27 planes under its auspices, SAI is looking towards a brighter tomorrow, not just for itself, but for the industry as well.

  • Who said Shaheen has 27 planes?
    They have 18 now including the one that’s just been delivered.

    It is AP-BNN previously owned by Turkish Airlines, and of course because all our airlines like to invest in crap, we bought an 11 year old plane instead of buying newer and more efficient aircraft.

    Good job Shaheen.

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