Islamabad: According to a recent news report, due to the result of worldwide travel limitations imposed by Covid-19, rich Pakistanis have been compelled to visit local tourist attractions. Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has established the largest flight operation to the northern territories.
Despite the fact that poor weather has disrupted the flight schedule for the north in recent days, the airline has managed to increase the number of flights to an all-time high, he added. He said that on Saturday (July 24), the national flag airline will fly six flights to Skardu alone. Explaining, he said that two planes to the city would fly from Karachi, one from Lahore, one from Sialkot, one from Faisalabad and one would be air safari.
The airports were a whirlwind of activity, with aircraft arriving and departing at the same moment. Flights coming and departing in the backdrop were visible in a video shared by a PIA official spokesman, making the skies of northern areas appear particularly busy.
PIA has flown eight flights each to Gilgit and Islamabad airports in a single day, the most number of flights ever operated in a single day in Pakistan’s history, according to data.
With the addition of three new airlines, the number of private carriers operating will increase to six. Airblue, SereneAir, and AirSial are the three existing airlines operating in the country of approximately 217 million whereas PIA is still the largest and oldest carrier in the country.