Airblue flights & tickets
Pakistan’s second largest airline company, AirBlue, began operating flights in 2004. Since then, it has made fast strides towards becoming one of the most important carriers in the Middle East. The company’s innovative focus on providing safe and reliable flights at low cost, affordable prices placed it at the top of the market almost immediately--edging its way past more traditional airline giants like Pakistan’s flag carrier airline, Pakistan International Airlines and Shaheen Air.
The reason for its remarkable growth and popularity in Pakistan has everything to do with its modernized, convenient services and award-winning punctuality. In direct contrast with its rivals, AirBlue Airlines is intent on modernizing the way Pakistanis fly domestically and internationally. For example, the company was the first in the country to bring its customer’s services like e-ticketing, self-service check-in kiosks, and SMS-text updates on flight delays and cancellations. It has also won awards in the UAE region for on-time performance and reliability, all factors that account for its warm reception with the Pakistani public.
AirBlue’s main hub is located at Jinnah International Airport, Pakistan’s largest international and domestic airport. The airline counts Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Multan and Siakalt smong its domestic destinations. The airline also provides flights to international destinations in Saudi Arabia, Oman and UAE.
Hajj Flights on Air Blue
AirBlue Pakistan is pleased to welcome Hajj pilgrims en route to the Pakistani cities of Jeddah and Madinah, on round trip flights to and from the cities of Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, and Multan. Hajj passengers are provided with two complimentary meals and a Hajj pack, which includes a water bottle, cabin bag, umbrella, and other items relative to their spiritual journeys to Mecca.
AirBlue Baggage Allowance
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