A week after landing a direct flight from Manchester to Pakistan, Virgin Atlantic landed its first flight at the Lahore International airport on Monday.
The flight, which had taken off from London carrying 150 passengers onboard, landed at the Allama Iqbal International airport, where it was welcomed by the staff of UK consulate and the airport staff.
Last week, the first flight of the British airline from Manchester had landed at the Islamabad International airport.
British High Commissioner to Pakistan Christian Turner had extended his felicitations over the landing of the inaugural flight of the airline in Pakistan.
Earlier, the airline was allowed to operate directs flights to Islamabad from Manchester after approval from Pakistan’s aviation division.
The airline would operate four Islamabad-bound flights in a week from Manchester.