SaudiGulf Airlines has just announced that it will be commencing operations in Pakistan as part of its international route expansion programme.
The Abdulhadi Al Qahtani and Sons Holding Company owned airline made the announcement today during the Pakistan Travel Mart (PTM) 2018 being held today in Karachi.
The airline will be commencing its operations from October 15 in Pakistan with four destinations in Pakistan from Dammam, the main base of the airlines in Saudia Arabia, and through their hub in Dammam, the airlines will connect passengers from Pakistan across the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia to Jeddah, Abha, and Riyadh.
SaudiGulf Airlines will be operating its full-service Airbus A320 aircraft to/from Pakistan in two different configurations including the economy and business class.
Currently, the Airline will commence direct flights from Dammam to Lahore with at least four flights per week to Islamabad. Three additional flights will connect Dammam with Karachi and Sialkot.
According to reports, the fares of the airline will start from RS. 40,000. The price will include hot meals, personalized customer service, free seat selection and more.