Lahore, 1st June: The national carrier, Pakistan International Airline (PIA) announces to resume its famous ‘Air Safari’ service soon.
According to reports, PIA has announced to resume its famous ‘Air Safari’ service in the country from June 12.
The Air Safari service will provide a lifetime experience to view the world’s highest snowy mountains.
According to reports, the flight will depart from Islamabad and will fly over the second-highest mountain peak K2, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum peaks, Deosai plains, and the famous lake Saif ul Maluk.
It is said that during the one-hour flight, the captain will enlighten the passengers with live commentary and in-depth knowledge about the route.
Finally, the flight would then land at Skardu airport. The PIA official said that every passenger boarded on the flight will be allocated a window seat.
Hence, from the 12th of June, anyone can book a flight from Islamabad and fly over to K2, Nanga Parbat, Deosai, and other mountains before landing in Skardu.
Sources from PIA informed that after admiring Pakistan’s natural beauty, passengers will be taken to Shangrila Hotel for a complimentary hi-tea.
The flight will return 2 hours later after landing and the passengers will have the option of returning on the same flight or changing to a different one at their convenience.
This is indeed a great step that will help Pakistan to grow, this time without the need for foreign loans or aid.
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