British Airways has resumed flights to
Islamabad, Pakistan after an absence of 10 years.
British Airways will operate thrice weekly
flights between Islamabad and London Heathrow on Sundays, Tuesdays
A three-class Boeing 787 Dreamliner with World
Traveller (long-haul economy), World Traveller Plus (long-haul
premium economy) and Club World (long-haul business class) will
service the route.
The UK's International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox
MP, said, “The relaunch of British Airways flights between the UK
and Pakistan after more than ten years will be a major boost for
trade between our two countries ... I congratulate the British Airways team, the
British High Commission and the impressive efforts of the
Pakistani government for making this happen. We are confident that
British Airways will act as a catalyst to bring even more British
companies to one of the world’s largest markets.”
British Airways has also opened an office in
Islamabad for the airline’s local team.
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