Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s budget-friendly airlines, has launched a new route between Quetta and Islamabad, which five weekly flights connecting both cities.
According to the details, Fly Jinnah has commenced operation on the new route between Quetta and Islamabad from July 23.
Fly Jinnah’s spokesperson has stated that introduction of this new route will offer passengers a fresh opportunity to travel conveniently between the two cities.
Furthermore, Fly Jinnah will use the Airbus 320 aircraft for the new Quetta to Islamabad route and vice versa.
At the moment, one-way ticket between Quetta and Islamabad starts from Rs. 12,000, which is very reasonable compared to some other airline carriers.
Moreover, Fly Jinnah’s Sky Cafe provides passengers with a wide array of delectable snacks, sandwiches, and other culinary delights at extremely affordable prices.
The airline operates flights between five major cities in Pakistan, including Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, and Quetta.
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