Tuesday’s inaugural flight of Fly Jinnah arrived in Islamabad after leaving Karachi. At 1:11 pm, the inaugural flight 9p672 departed for Islamabad from Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport. The flight was supposed to leave at 12 pm, but it took off an hour and 11 minutes later.
The cheapest airline in Pakistan made its first flight on a three-year-old Airbus A320 with the registration AP-BOP.
The airline will run daily flights to Peshawar, Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. During the week, there will be four flights to Quetta.
The ticket for all destinations will cost Rs13,999 and passengers will be allowed to carry 10kg of luggage. The passengers will also be provided entertainment during the flight.
A private hotel in Karachi hosted the opening ceremony. Fly Jinnah is a low-cost airline, according to Arman Yahya, the airline’s chief operating officer. He declared that the airline will maintain low operational costs, which would benefit the general population by resulting in affordable fares.
Yahya remarked at the occasion, “The support Air Arabia has given us is essential in the training sector and their assistance is always with us.