As a result of its partnership with Turkish Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA revenue) has been able to increase its revenue by Rs. 2 billion.
According to the details, PIA made Rs. 2 billion from its flight operations from Lahore and Islamabad to Istanbul. For the aforementioned routes, it allegedly sold more than 38,000 tickets in a single month.
It’s important to point out that PIA began operating six flights from Islamabad and Lahore to Istanbul on November 15 of this year.
In order to increase tourism during the current winter season, PIA revenue previously declared that it will introduce a discount package for the nation’s northern regions. The Federal Aviation Minister, Khawaja Saad Rafique, presided over a high-level meeting of the national flag carrier during which the decision on the discount programme was made.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO), and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) were given instructions by the Aviation Minister to develop specific discount plans for Skardu, Gilgit, and Chitral.
Additionally, he gave instructions to PIA staff to optimise the aircraft schedules between Lahore, Karachi, and Skardu.