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Pakistan International Airlines commences twice weekly flights from Salalah

Posted 9 December 2016 · Add Comment

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has commenced twice weekly direct flights to Lahore from Salalah , Oman.

A PIA spokesperson said: “Salalah has been an undiscovered territory for PIA as no airline to or from Pakistan has ever landed in Salalah. Pakistan International Airlines is happy to start weekly flight operations every Thursday and Monday in this very important sector. Starting PIA flights to Karachi and Islamabad from Salalah will be Pakistan International Airlines next priority as the airline wishes to provide customers in Dhofar Province convenient connections to big cities in Pakistan.”

 

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