Sunday, April 21, 2024

Now You Can Travel from Quetta to Lahore for as Low as PKR 13,999 by Serene Air

Ahead of the upcoming Eid celebrations, Serene Air has announced its plan to restart flights between Quetta and Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport. This decision, revealed on Sunday, aims to provide more travel options for passengers.

Beginning on April 3rd, Serene Air is bringing back flights on this route due to the limited choices available for travelers heading to Balochistan. The airline hopes to make air travel easier for those relying on it during this busy time.

The revival of the Lahore-Quetta route will be a relief for many passengers, offering affordable one-way fares starting from 14,000 PKR.

Serene Air, a privately-owned Pakistani airline, began operating in January 2017. While primarily focusing on domestic flights within Pakistan, the airline expanded its services to include international flights, with its first flight to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, taking off on March 16, 2021.

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