AirSial is set to ramp up its flight operations to Saudi Arabia in response to the growing number of pilgrims expected to visit during Ramadan.
The carrier will begin offering four weekly flights from Lahore to Saudi Arabia starting from 29 March, with services available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
AirSial has also started accepting bookings for Umrah pilgrims, a move that is expected to cater to the increased demand for travel to the holy sites during Ramadan.
The expansion of AirSial’s flight network is also expected to result in lower airfares, providing a more affordable option for those looking to undertake religious pilgrimage.
AirSial’s decision to expand its operations comes amid a time of increased demand for air travel services in the region, with airlines vying to cater to the needs of the growing number of travelers.
With its new flight services to Saudi Arabia, AirSial is poised to play a key role in the religious tourism industry, providing reliable and affordable travel options for those looking to undertake spiritual journeys.
good to go but the price should be lower than others.
Pakistani nation is facing the worst ever inflation ..in this way it is not possible for public to go on umah .Even only 7000 pilgrims for Hajj application have submitted till now while limit is near to 90,000 . shame on Govt.