PIA Air Safari flies on its inaugural flight with 91 passengers

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) launched its first Air Safari flight as a way to promote tourism in Pakistan. The airline’s first scenic Safari flight left Islamabad International Airport with 91 tourists, including foreign nationals from13 countries. Moreover, Sadpara Air Safari will operate from the Islamabad airport every Saturday, and a one-way ticket will cost Rs25,000.

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In addition, The minister for power, Hamad Azhar, was also onboard the inaugural flight that flew above the country’s sublime peaks including K2, Nanga Parbat, and Broad Peak until reaching Skardu.

Source: 24 News HD