Skardu: According to news sources, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the country’s flag carrier, has just declared that its Scenic Air Safaris Flight will be continued to enhance tourism in the country.
They wanted to increase tourism in the country’s beautiful northern area. According to a PIA presenter, overseas tourists were ecstatic to witness Pakistan’s stunning mountain range. He claimed that tourists enjoyed Air Safari and that this would help increase tourism in Pakistan.
In an official statement, PIA invites travelers to take part in a “once in a lifetime experience where you will have an excellent view of the world’s highest snowy mountains” and you will have an excellent view of the world’s highest snowy mountains.
In commemoration of Pakistan’s legendary mountaineer, who tragically died during the K2 winter expedition this year, the Safari flying service has been renamed “Sadpara Air Safari.”
Since all of the arrangements for the reintroduction of PIA’s Air Safari service have been completed, the first flight of Air Safari will fly from Islamabad to Skardu. This would be a one-weekly Air Safari flight from Islamabad to Skardu, and travelers will view 13 destinations during the flight, with a one-way ticket costing Rs25,000.
PIA had lately initiated flights from Lahore to Saidu Sharif, as well as flights from Lahore to Skardu.