PIA starting direct flights to Sydney from April 22


The US Department of Transportation had in April granted PIA permission to operate 12 direct flights to the US. — AFP/File
The US Department of Transportation had in April granted PIA permission to operate 12 direct flights to the US. — AFP/File 
  • “Flights will initially be operated from Lahore to Sydney on Fridays and Sydney to Lahore on Sundays,” says PIA.
  • Passengers are offered baggage allowance of 45 kilogrammes and 55 kilogrammes for economy.
  • PIA has recently initiated flights to Baku from Karachi and Lahore.

KARACHI: Direct and non-stop flights to and from Sydney, Australia will start operating from April 22, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) announced on Thursday. 

According to PIA, the flights will initially be operated from Lahore to Sydney on Fridays and Sydney to Lahore on Sundays.

The passengers are to be offered baggage allowance of 45 kilogrammes and 55 kilogrammes for economy and executive economy class, said the national carrier. “It would be highest free baggage allowance offered to PIA passengers,” it added.

While reviewing finalisation of flights operations, CEO PIA Air Marshal Arshad Malik directed marketing and frontline PIA teams to serve the passengers in their best interest.

The national airline has plans to expand its network after relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions faced by the aviation industry. It has recently initiated flights to Baku from Karachi and Lahore.



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