A private Pakistani carrier is launching flights to Muscat, Oman’s capital, to facilitate travelers.
Airsial, which has built a reputation for itself in the aviation business in a short period of time, has announced that it will begin flights to the oil-rich country.
In this context, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Oman has authorised AirSial to begin flights from Pakistan.
Furthermore, AirSial has gained Civil Aviation Authority approval to operate flights linking three major Pakistani cities to Muscat International Airport.
AirSial will provide a simple and dependable travel option for tourists flying from Islamabad, Lahore, and Sialkot to Muscat as part of the flight operation. The procedure would start on June 8, 2023.
The private carrier has announced three weekly flights from Islamabad to Muscat, three weekly flights from Lahore, and two weekly flights from Sialkot.
This news comes just weeks after the airline began foreign flights. The initial phase, announced in March, called for eight weekly flights between Jeddah and Lahore, as well as Islamabad.
‘A total of 68 flights would depart from Pakistan for Jeddah every month,’ the carrier announced, adding that flights to the Saudi capital would soon begin from Karachi, Sialkot, and Multan.
AirSial has been catering to domestic routes for around two and a half years now and is being widely hailed by the masses for the in-flight services that it provides.