The Zara Airways – a Canada-based airline – has determined to start out direct flights to Pakistan in August for which it’s at the moment looking for permission from the authorities involved of the 2 international locations.
The newly-launched airline is owned by a Pakistani-origin businessman who needs to function direct flights to Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi from Montreal each week.
For the aim, the Zara Airways will initially use two Boeing 777 plane and should enhance the variety of planes relying on demand.
The airline says the transfer will make it simpler and extra handy for individuals – aged and households – to journey between the 2 international locations whereas avoiding connecting flights pretty much as good quite a few Pakistanis dwell in Canada.
In latest months, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has authorised Wizz Air Abu Dhabi and SunExpress –a Turkish-German enterprise – to function flights in Pakistan.
Furthermore, the Ethiopian Airways has introduced the resumption of direct flights between Karachi and Addis Ababa. The route was beforehand suspended in 2004.