Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has re-started its flights to Zhob, Baluchistan on Tuesday after a break of two years.
The citizens of Zhob and Quetta have long demanded that the Air Route be resumed.
PK-528 departed from Karachi at 7:25 am and landed at Zhob airport, while return flight PK-529 also took off for Karachi.
Earlier, the national airline resumed flights between Lahore and Islamabad, a route that was suspended for several months due to the high incidence of coronavirus.
Flight PK-650, carrying 26 passengers, departed from Allam Iqbal International Airport for Islamabad. A cake cutting ceremony was also held at the airport to celebrate the occasion
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will charge an additional Rs 600 from customers on domestic flights.
It was announced that at the time of booking, passengers will be charged a CAA fee of Rs 600.
It is said that there is Rs 100 per passenger for security and Rs 500 as a down payment. All airlines were notified by the Civil Aviation Authority to collect the amount from customers at the time of booking.
The airline collects the ticket fee and submits it to the aviation authorities.
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