After a successful year of operations on domestic routes, Fly Jinnah is now expanding its services to international routes. The low-cost carrier has received the green light from the cabinet to commence international operations, as confirmed by Caretaker Information Minister Murtaza Solangi. The approval was granted based on the Aviation Ministry’s recommendation.

Fly Jinnah will soon connect passengers to a range of international destinations, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, and the UAE. This expansion comes after a year of domestic operations, during which the airline has been serving major cities within Pakistan, such as Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Quetta.

The airline’s dedication to punctuality has not gone unnoticed. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) recently ranked Fly Jinnah as the top airline for domestic flight punctuality. With an impressive on-time departure rate of 87.93%, Fly Jinnah outperformed other domestic carriers, including Air Sial, Air Blue, and Serene Airlines. This track record of reliability bodes well for the airline’s expansion into international markets, where punctuality and service quality are equally essential for success.

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