Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, is commemorating a significant milestone in Pakistan as it marks the 10th anniversary of providing passenger and cargo services to Sialkot. Over the past decade, Emirates has become a crucial player in the region, connecting Sialkot, known for its manufacturing excellence, with global destinations.
AAA Associates appoints Valor Hospitality Partners to operate internationally branded 5-Star Hotel and Residences located within an innovative, upscale mixed-use development in Karachi, Pakistan.
Adviser to the Prime Minister (PM) on Tourism and Sports Aun Chaudhry has revealed that the federal government is in talks with United Arab Emirates (UAE) to launch direct flights to Skardu, a popular tourist site in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB).
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest network operating carrier in Africa, has finalized preparations to launch direct flights to Karachi, Pakistan as of 01 May 2023. Ethiopian first served Karachi from July 1966 to December 1971, and resumed the service from June 1993 until July 2004.
Virgin Atlantic announced today that it will be suspending services between London Heathrow and Lahore and Islamabad.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement with FP Global (Private) Limited for Hyatt Regency Lahore DHA, which will mark the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Pakistan and a significant step forward in Hyatt’s plans to expand its brand portfolio in Southwest Asia.
British Airways and IAG Cargo are proud to be flying 34 tonnes of emergency aid to Islamabad, Pakistan, following the devastating humanitarian crisis caused by floods across the country. More than 33 million people (around 15% of Pakistan’s population), have been affected by the floods and nearly half a million people have been displaced.
Emirates SkyCargo sets up an airbridge between Dubai and Pakistan to offer cargo capacity free of charge on flights to transport relief aid to people grappling with the damage caused by the devastating floods.
Qatar Airways scheduled flights to Multan International Airport, Pakistan, will resume on February 22nd. The carrier will offer three weekly services initially, increasing to four from March 27th.
The pavilion is themed around ‘Pakistan: The Hidden Treasure’ and illuminates the unique jewels of the county that may be unknown to many, both within and outside the country.
The Philippines, Pakistan, Kenya and Bangladesh have been added to England’s ‘red list’ in a move the government argues will protect the country against new variants of Covid-19.
With a significant proportion of Pakistani diaspora living in the region, the new services will provide vital connectivity for friends and relatives visiting family and loved ones.