A new airline named Kashmir Air has been officially inaugurated by President Dr. Arif Alvi. In addition to Rawalpindi and Bagh offices, MTBC, which manages electronic healthcare, is launching a new airline.
In addition to attending the inauguration ceremony for Kashmir Air, the Chairman of MTBC, Mahmud-ul-Haq, is aiming to provide tourists with an opportunity to experience the breathtaking landscapes of the northern areas. In addition to promoting tourism and building links and communication among different areas such as Chitral, Swat, and Babusar Top, Kashmir Air will also offer helicopter rides.
Kashmir Air will also offer air safaris, glider flights, and search and rescue operations in the northern areas in addition to aircraft and helicopter travel. The addition of Kashmir Air to the national aviation industry will improve competition between airlines, ultimately benefiting customers in the form of better service, which is a welcome addition to the industry.
An airline based in Karachi, Fly Jinnah, has announced to begin flights on November 1 between Karachi and Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Quetta.