Wizz Air Abu Dhabi To Start Operating Flights Across Pakistan; Government Grants Permission

by Deeplata Garde
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi To Start Operating Flights Across Pakistan; Government Grants Permission

Abu Dhabi-based affordable airline, Wizz Air is all set to expand its international network across the country of Pakistan. The government of Pakistan has given a heads-up to this airline to successfully carry out operations. Now flying from UAE to Pakistan is going to get affordable and easier!

Wizz Air To Operate Its Flights Across Pakistan

Summer is coming! And it will indirectly increase the demand for flights with people getting holidays this and coming month. So to make travel convenient for travellers, Pakistani Government has been strategically planning to rope in affordable airlines like Wizz Air. The sources have informed us that the Pakistani government has completely resolved legal matters for the smooth functioning of Wizz Air across the country.

European nations and Pakistan share a very scarce number of direct flights on the route. Wizz Air may have found the ideal market because of its low-cost business strategy. European tourists will now be able to visit Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad directly at lower rates. Wizz Air will offer inexpensive flights from other European nations to Pakistan.

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Aviation Market Of This Country

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It is not the first time a budget airline would fly out of Pakistan. Pakistan is served by a few low-cost airlines from the Middle East. Flynas, a Saudi low-cost airline at the top of the list, runs flights from Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.

Similarly to this, Fly Dubai, a budget airline located in Dubai, offers service from Sialkot, Multan, Faisalabad, and Karachi. From Kuwait, a low-cost airline serves Lahore and Karachi. Another low-cost airline from the UAE that flies to Pakistan is Air Arabia. Air Arabia operates flights from Karachi, Peshawar, Multan, Faisalabad, and Quetta from its bases in Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah, respectively.

In light of the nation’s present foreign reserve problem, a number of airlines have had trouble filling tickets in the aviation sector. As it becomes more challenging to repatriate money, many airlines are considering cutting or pulling back their flights to country. Head of IATA’s Asia-Pacific region, Philip Goh, offered his opinion on the circumstance. According to him, several airlines have stuck huge amounts of money in Pakistan from the 2022 sales.

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