PIA is Introducing Peshawar-Sharjah Flights from Next Month

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), under its new management, is growing with every passing month.

The national flag-carrier is closing down the loss-mounting international routes and re-introducing flights to previously suspended routes.

Last month, the CEO of PIA, Air Marshal Arshad Malik had announced Sialkot-Sharjah, and Lahore-Muscat flights and the results are very encouraging.

Following the success of these routes, the government is now launching Peshawar to Sharjah flights from February 21st.

According to PIA’s official Twitter handle, the Peshawar-Sharjah flights will operate twice a week, every Thursday and Sunday.


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“PIA is expanding its wings to new horizons! Adding new flights from Peshawar to Sharjah. Starting 21st February 2019 flying twice a week; every Thursday and Sunday,” airline’s Twitter said.

In a separate conversation with the media, PIA chief vowed to follow the route rationalization policy strictly and urged the introduction of new viable routes.

“We have already started Sialkot-Sharjah, and Lahore-Muscat flights and the results are very encouraging. Very soon we are going to launch flights on Sialkot-Barcelona and Lahore-Bangkok sectors,” he added.


  • Better add quality planes in fleet in first place asap.

    B787-9 or B737 Max 8
    A350 or A320/321 Neo

    These will attract good number of travelers & will save airline a lot of money (fuel & maintenance)


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