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Home World Air Arabia flights to Pakistan started. Hurry! Book now.

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Air Arabia has announced to start flights operation from June 1, 2020.

Air Arabia, a Sharjah-based low cost airline, is now taking online bookings for regular flights starting from June 1. The airline website is showing fares for all destinations from the said date. Return flights can be booked as well.

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Air Arabia flights to Pakistan will also start from June 1. The fares for different destinations in Pakistan are listed below:

DESTINATION FARE FLIGHT DATE

KARACHI AED 660+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

PESHAWAR AED 822+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

MULTAN AED 674+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

SIALKOT AED 785+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

QUETTA AED 638+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

FAISALABAD AED 760+ Mon, 1 Jun, 2020

In an earlier statement, the airline had announced that flight operations are suspended till May 30.

More than 60,000 Pakistanis have registered with Council General of Pakistan for repatriation. Many expats have lost jobs or are forced to take paid/unpaid holidays by companies amidst coronavirus economic situation.

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