Thai airways starts Pakistan operation after two years


Thai Airways started its flight operation to Pakistan on Tuesday after a gap of two years as the airline’s first flight, TG-349, with 208 passengers on board landed at Islamabad airport on Tuesday .

Sources at the airport said the plane later flew back to Thailand carrying passengers. Recently, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) resumed direct flights to Australia. The approval was given by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority on the request of the PIA.

Following the approval, Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has begun preparations for the direct flights to Australia, which would reduce travelling time by approximately one-third to and from down under. —TLTP

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