On Sunday, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) reopened reservations for its weekly flights from Lahore to Kuwait. It is expected to resume flight operations to Kuwait on September 21.
Additionally, flight PK-205 will depart weekly from Lahore to Kuwait, and flight PK-206 will depart weekly from Kuwait to Lahore.
After Kuwaiti authorities allowed it to resume flights, the national flag carrier will use A320 aircraft on this route.
PIA had previously announced bookings for the FIFA World Cup 2022, which will be held in Qatar this November, on September 4th. It will operate seven flights per week from Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, and Peshawar to Doha.
In this regard, PIA tweeted, “Are you ready to be a part of the world’s favorite sport?” You can now be a part of the action by attending the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.”
Are you ready to be a part of the world's favorite sport? Now you can be part of the action too and attend #FIFAWORLDCUP22 in Qatar. Book your tickets now to fly directly from #KARACHI #LAHORE #ISLAMABAD #PESHAWAR to #Doha pic.twitter.com/aL0ESfZE8U— PIA (@Official_PIA) September 4, 2022
Interested parties can purchase tickets on the PIA website or call 111-786-786 for more information.
In other news, PIA has issued a tender to purchase new aircraft. The fleet expansion is part of PIA’s effort to increase the number of international flights.
The national airline aims to purchase five new planes on a six-year dry lease and is expected to do so in the coming year. The planes will seat up to 320 passengers.