SaudiGulf Airlines, a new carrier, has announced it plans to launch operations to four destinations in Pakistan beginning October 29, the company said.
The company said to support travel trade between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, the air carrier will offer flights to cities including Lahore, Islamabad, Sialkot and Peshawar.
The full-service airline will operate its Airbus A320 aircrafts to/from Pakistan operating with two class configurations i.e. Business and Economy Class. It will commence direct flights from Dammam to Lahore & Islamabad with a frequency of four flights per week as well as three flights per week connecting Dammam with Sialkot & Karachi.
The decision made by SaudiGulf Airlines to provide convenience of travel to and from the holy city of Mecca as part of its religious contribution as a new national carrier.
SaudiGulf Airlines is a national carrier of Saudi Arabia owned by Abdul hadi Al Qahtani and Sons Holding Company (Tariq Al Qahtani and Brothers). SaudiGulf Airlines has complied with all GACA requirements and is now ready to start operating at the highest level of service and safety. In addition to the 4 brand new Airbus A320´s in the current fleet, additional new aircrafts will be added by the end of 2017.