Lahore, 5th April: In the latest development, a Boeing 737 Max Aircraft is soon to land for the first time in Pakistan.
According to Baaghi TV’s reports, International Airline ‘FlyDubai’ announced on Sunday that it’s Boeing 737 Max aircraft will resume its passenger service from April 8.
After meeting all the required safety protocols issued by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), the Dubai-based airline will operate its first flight from Dubai International to Sialkot International Airport on April 8.
The statement by the airline said that the passengers will be notified prior to travel if their itinerary now includes a flight scheduled to be operated by a Max.
With a fleet of 50 aircraft, FlyDubai has 14 Boeing 737 Max aircraft, and 4 of its Max 8s and 1 of its Max 9s have now got the approval to rejoin its fleet.
The statement by the airline said that its other 9 Max aircraft will return to passenger service in the coming months.
The airline was established in 2009 and since then it has carried more than 75 million passengers.
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