Pakistan's national carrier will be flying to the destination twice a week via an A320 aircraft
A year after it suspended its Muscat-Lahore route, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has resumed flights to its second most populous city after Karachi.
Pakistan’s national carrier will be flying to the destination twice a week via an A320 aircraft.
“In pursuant to expand the network, PIA has decided to restore its Muscat and Sharjah routes, which remained suspended for over a year,” said Air Marshal Arshad Malik, President and CEO at PIA.
The new reintroduction means the carrier will have nine flights to Muscat from Peshawar, Turbat and Gwadar, besides Lahore, Malik added.
PIA will take off from Muscat every Saturday and Monday, and will be flying from Lahore to Muscat on Sunday and Monday.
Return ticket prices will start at around $324 (OMR125).