This move comes as part of the airline’s initiative to promote tourism in Pakistan.
Initially, the Pakistan International Airline (PIA) will operate two weekly flights, scheduled every Wednesday and Sunday, between Karachi and Skardu.
The airline will use Airbus-320 for the flights.
According to a PIA spokesperson, the restoration of flight operations will enable tourists to explore the mesmerizing beauty of the Skardu region, which is known for its stunning landscapes, mountains, and cultural richness.
Skardu, located in the Karakoram mountain range, provides an unforgettable experience for explorers, nature lovers, and history buffs alike.
Previously, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) said that flight operations between Lahore and Skardu would resume on June 3.