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Fly Jinnah launches operations at Bahrain International Airport


Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s low-cost carrier, begins operations at Bahrain International Airport on June 13, 2024, offering two weekly flights to Islamabad.

MUHARRAQ, BAHRAIN – Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the operator and managing body of Bahrain International Airport (BIA), has announced the launch of operations of Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s low-cost carrier, from Bahrain International Airport (BIA) starting June 13, 2024, with two weekly flights to Islamabad International Airport (ISB).

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In celebration of the launch, a welcome ceremony was held at Bahrain International Airport for passengers on the inaugural flight to Islamabad. The event was attended by representatives from Bahrain Airport Company, and officials from Fly Jinnah. This move is set to boost connectivity between Bahrain and Pakistan, providing passengers with more travel options, and increasing the number of flights from Bahrain international Airport to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to 37 weekly flights.

Fly Jinnah operates a modern fleet of five Airbus A320 aircraft.  The aircraft economy cabins are designed to offer more legroom and comfort to passengers compared to standard economy cabins. Passengers can enjoy a range of delicacies including snacks, sandwiches, and meals from “SkyCafe” onboard menu, all available at affordable prices.  Additionally, Fly Jinnah aircraft is equipped with “SkyTime”, a complimentary in-flight service that allows passengers to stream a wide selection of entertainment directly on their devices.

Customers can now book their flights by visiting Fly Jinnah’S website or through their travel agents.

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