AirSial increases flights to Saudi Arabia


Pakistan’s private airline, AirSial, said on Sunday that it’s going to have more flights to Saudi Arabia. The CEO, Tariq Ameen, mentioned that they will have five flights every week from Karachi and Multan to Jeddah.

Also, they will have two flights each week from Sialkot. In March, AirSial started flying to Saudi Arabia to make it easier for people going for Umrah.

The first flight, with 160 passengers on board, departed from Allama Iqbal International Airport to Jeddah. The Chairman of AirSial, along with the Board of Directors and officials from CAA, said goodbye to the passengers at Lahore airport.

In an interview with a news channel, Chairman Fazal Jilani mentioned that AirSial will have eight flights every week from Lahore and Islamabad to Saudi Arabia. These flights will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.