Air Arabia and Lakson Group to launch Pakistan’s newest airline: Fly Jinnah

The new airline would be modeled on the existing low-cost standard operated by Air Arabia.

Following is the truth behind four common myths about air travel. #airtravel | Best airlines, Best flights, Air ticketsPakistan’s Lakson Group and Emirati low-cost airline Air Arabia have formed a joint venture to launch Fly Jinnah – Pakistan’s newest airline.

The new low-cost airline will serve international and domestic routes from Pakistan.

Lakson Group and Air Arabia have formed a joint venture to launch Air Jinnah.

Fly Jinnah would be modeled on the existing low-cost standard operated by Air Arabia.

A low-cost airline is an airline that focuses on minimizing operating costs by eliminating traditional airline services. As a result, the airline ticket becomes very economical.

The airline will initially launch its operations from Karachi and serve several domestic routes. Later on, it will expand its operations on an international scale.

The airline aims to boost tourism in Pakistan, contribute to the country’s economic growth and job creation, and provide the Pakistanis with reliable and value-for-money air travel.

The Prime Minister, Imran Khan, in a post on Twitter, welcomed Air Arabia to Pakistan and wished it success in launching Fly Jinnah with the Lakson group.

The premier added that the incumbent government is committed to attracting investment in Pakistan’s tourism sector.

About the companies involved in this joint venture

Lakson Group

Lakson Group.

The Lakson Group is a Pakistani business conglomerate that has interests in diverse sectors, which include food, media, technology, and others.

The conglomerate runs several joint ventures, such as Colgate-Palmolive Pakistan and McDonald’s Pakistan, with major international companies.

Air Arabia

Air Arabia.

Air Arabia is an Emirati low-cost carrier, which is headquartered in Sharjah. The airline flies to 170 destinations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, Central Asia, Europe, and South Asia.

Apart from the airline joint venture with Lakson Group, Air Arabia also has joint ventures with airlines from Abu Dhabi, Egypt, Morocco, and Armenia.

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