SudiGulf Airlines comes to Pakistan – First flight scheduled to takeoff on 1st of March

The new airline aims to cater the growing demand of Umrah and Hajj traffic from Pakistan

The newest full-serving national carrier of Saudi Arabia. SaudiGulf Airlines has just announced the start of their services in Pakistan.

The airline is expected to fully launch its operations in Pakistan on the 1st of March 2018 with four destinations to Pakistan including Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Sialkot.

In a press conference yesterday, the Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Karim Kakhlouf expressed his pleasure on expanding the routs of the airline company which will mostly be operating from Dammam, the airlines main base of operations in Saudi Arabia.

The new route will connect Pakistani passengers coming from or going to Saudi Arabia through the King Fahd International Airport in Dammam.

When the airline launches operations in Pakistan, it will be operating its Airbus A320 aircrafts in the country which are fitted with fine leather seats in economy and business class. There will be at least 4 flights per week from Dammam to Islamabad & Lahore and 3 flights per week from Dammam to Peshawar and Sialkot.

SaudiGulf Airlines will be the first airline company from Saudi Arabia that will offer direct flights to these destinations. The main aim of the airline is to meet the rising demand of Umrah and Hajj passengers from Pakistan.

The airline also promises to bring affordable pricing with free seat selection and tons of in-flight services including fresh meals, entertainment and more.


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