It always becomes the national and sometimes international news when some new airline carrier starts its operation. Today we are going to discuss the same thing as our own Pakistan is undergoing to host a new airline. It’s none other than AirSial.
Almost all the people in the country are happy with this news as it will increase the competition. Additionally, competition is always good for customers. It will enforce other airlines in Pakistan to enhance and improves their standards. Keep on reading to find out what this new airline is all about and how it’s going to start its operations in Pakistan. AirSial plans to start its national flights in 25 December 2020, serving Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Sialkot, and Peshawar.
Air Sial will create competition with other Pakistani airlines, Prime Minister Imran Khan said after the inauguration of the new Sialkot airline on Wednesday. AirSial is Pakistan's third private airline. Its first Airbus A320 plane landed last month at the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi from the US. The airline had to delay since June due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent air travel restrictions.
The Schedule:You’ll be able to take the following flights for this airline
- Karachi to Islamabad Flights.
- Islamabad to Karachi Flights.
- Karachi to Lahore Flights.
- Lahore to Karachi Flights.
- Karachi to Sialkot Flights.
- Sialkot to Karachi Flights.
- Karachi to Peshawar Flights.
- Peshawar to Karachi Flights.
Planes leased by AirSial:
Pakistan's initial airline AirSial picked up its second aircraft, the Airbus A320, from Sialkot Airport this week. The carrier's underlying activities will depend on three Airbus A320-200 airplanes that the aircraft rented from AerCap, an airplane renting monster situated in Dublin.It will initially start regular flights between Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Sialkot, and Peshawar.
The airline hopes to embark on an international journey with the Middle East as the first region within two years and the UAE to be the most preferred choice for the first airline abroad, aviation experts say.
It's a Project from Sialkot:
AirSial, which aims to become the region's leading airline, is the brainchild of members of the Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry after the successful launch of Sialkot International Airport. The airport project, completed in 2007, at a cost of approximately4 billion Pakistani rupees, was funded by 360 members of the business community. The industrialists of the city of Sialkot set a unique precedent when they created the airport to stimulate trade and business activities and to support the city's exporters and entrepreneurs.
The airline will boost the aviation sector supports Prime Minister Imran Khan's vision to create jobs, strengthen the economy, and contribute to currency exchange.
Airlines have a long history of engaging staff uniform designers. In 1966, the crew of Pakistan International Airlines wore a uniform designed by famous French fashion designer Pierre Cardin which is a design still remembered as an icon of elegance and chic.
For the uniforms of the cabin crew members, AirSial turned to Nomi Ansari, Pakistan's largest fashion designer, and style icon. On its online media page, the aircraft expressed gratitude toward Nomi Ansari for his colossal and indefatigable exertion in forming the outfits in accordance with global principles, giving them the most unobtrusive picture that coordinates our way of life and custom.
AirSial will be the third private sector airline operating in Pakistan after Serene Air and Airblue. The country has launched several other private airlines over the past decades, including Shaheen Air, Bhoja Air, and Air Indus - all of which have been forced to suspend operations due to the financial crisis or failure to meet CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) requirements.