According to a recent news report, Multan International Airport has seen a noticeable surge in foreign airline flights because the backbreaking work has been done by Pakistan International Airline (PIA) in order to strengthen the airport’s services. PIA is also holding talks with other foreign airlines to provides services to them at the airport.
After a recent agreement with Gulf Air, PIA aircraft engineers will be handling and clearing the Gulf Air aircrafts for flights from Multan International Airport. Gulf Air is the principal flag carrier of Bahrain which is headquartered in Muharraq, adjacent to Bahrain International Airport.
The airline operates in 23 countries across Asia, Africa, and Europe, and provides scheduled services to over 41 destinations. Currently, Gulf Air is operating four weekly flights from Multan to Bahrain with Airbus A320 family aircraft.
Here’s the flight history for Gulf Air flight GF789 from Multan to Bahrain:
Pakistan International Airline (PIA) is also negotiating with five other foreign airlines to provide similar services at the airport. The Multan airport, which is situated 4km west of the city, is constantly enhancing its operations across the globe. Currently, it is southern Punjab’s largest and busiest airport.
Multan Airport offers flights throughout Pakistan, as well as direct flights to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates.