Offering tickets seekers on the Pakistan-United Kingdom route an added alternative, Airblue has started “non-stop flights” from Islamabad and Lahore to Manchester on the recently acquired Airbus A340-300 aircraft.
Flyers seeking flights tickets on “non-stop flights” from Pakistan to the United Kingdom have an added option now as Airblue has launched services from Islamabad and Lahore to Manchester. One of the largest airlines in Pakistan, it will be using its newly inducted Airbus A340-300 wide-body aircraft for operating these new flights.
Raheel Ahmed, Director Commercial of the airline, hailed the new flights launch as a significant milestone for the private carrier of Pakistan and great news for the patrons who seek tickets with the operator.
“This success has been made possible only due to the trust of our customers in the Airblue brand and the support of our business partners. Airblue has truly redefined commercial aviation in Pakistan with its innovative vision, and the move into wide-body long-range aircraft will pave the way for more market-oriented achievements in the future,” he added.
The news of the flights launch is sure to bring huge smiles on the faces of travellers from both countries who seek travel tickets on the popular route.
Airblue, known among its patrons as a quality operator, maintains a fleet of 6 Airbus A320 family aircraft and has very recently obtained 2 wide-body Airbus A340 aircraft that have 342 seats, enough option for tickets seekers.
The airline, with head office in Islamabad, Pakistan, offers tickets on flights to 11 domestic and international destinations and is reportedly adding another six destinations in the next year, to serve tickets hunters.