The airspace of Pakistan is going to be congested as Fly Jinnah, a proposed budget carrier, prepares to ascend into the skies by June.
The airline has initiated recruitment campaigns for cabin crew in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore. Fly Jinnah will operate flights between Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.
For its domestic flights, the airline has announced it will charge the lowest fare for its travelers.
“Fly Jinnah will benefit from the experience of Air Arabia, which is its minority stakeholder,” an aviation expert from Pakistan said. “It will be essentially a low-cost airline, just like its partner.”
“The airline will begin operating domestically with three leased A320 aircraft and will gradually expand to international routes after a year of successful domestic operations following the addition of aircraft,” the insider said.
Last year, in order to increase tourism, the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) issued a TPRI (Tourism Promotion and Regional Integration) license to a newly launched private airline named North Air.