Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has announced to resume flight operation to Kabul on Monday.
The national carrier will resume its flight operation to Kabul on September 13 as the first flight will depart for Afghanistan’s capital on Monday at 7:30 am. The civil aviation authority of Afghanistan granted permission to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to land at the Kabul airport.
The PIA spokesperson said in a statement that the national carrier completed the preparations for the Kabul flight operation in which Airbus 320 aircraft will be used. In another development, the PIA management announced to operate special flights to Najaf, Baghdad, and Damascus on the occasion of Arbaeen.
PIA has a fleet of modern aircraft which are spacious, comfortable, and designed to get you to your destination safely. PIA operates a range of advanced aircraft, ranging from the world’s preferred Boeing 777 airplane to the super-quiet Airbus A-320.
The Boeing 777 family comprises of long-range, wide-body twin-engine airplanes. PIA was the first airline in the world to operate all the three variants of the 777 family: 777-200LR, 777-200ER and 777-300ER. All of them are well loved by PIA’s seasoned travelers for their spaciousness and comfort. PIA also holds the privilege of being the launch customer for 777-200LR, one of PIA’s aircraft which holds the record for the longest commercial jet flight in aviation history. At present PIA is serving destinations in USA, Canada, UK and Europe through its 777 fleet.