English airline Virgin Atlantic will start its flight activity for the nation from Dec 13 as the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has endorsed its flight activity to and from Pakistan.
The PCAA conceded endorsement to Virgin Atlantic to begin its flight activity because of its solicitation made on Dec 2. Virgin Atlantic is planned to begin its flight activities for Islamabad and Lahore. The carrier will utilize Airbus A-332 airplane to proceed with a week by week eight-flight activity to the two urban areas.
As per the timetable affirmed by the PCAA, the principal traveler flight VS365 will take off from London on Dec 13 and land at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport on Dec 14 toward the beginning of the day.
The carrier will work four week after week trips among London and Lahore and three trips among London and Islamabad. Prior to beginning its flight activity to Pakistan, Virgin Atlantic will work a freight flight VS364 from England to Pakistan on Dec 7.
The airline had apparently looked for consent to work departures from Manchester and London.
The airline had before reported three courses to Pakistan from the UK — London-Lahore, London-Islamabad and Manchester-Islamabad. The government bureau had offered endorsement to the carrier to work non-stop trips among Pakistan and London.