On Friday, a spokesperson for Pakistan International Airlines said that the national carrier will start operating new 13 flights on international routes this month.
The official added that two mores flight routes will be functional from Karachi to Toronto and will bring the airline’s total number of flights to Canada to five.
An additional seven flights will be added to the Jeddah route, bringing the total number of flights to 42 per week from Pakistan to Jeddah. The spokesperson said that from the 28th of October, there will be two weekly flights between Quetta and Jeddah, while there will be two flights per week from Multan to Riyadh and Dubai.
He added that from 14th October, the airline will restart flights from Islamabad to Kuala Lumpur. The company is also aiming to increase the number of flights from Islamabad to Birmingham.
These new flights will help boost the airline’s revenue as they’re quite popular, said the spokesperson.