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Singapore Airlines To Fly To Pakistan

Singapore Airlines To Fly To Pakistan

Singapore Airlines will restart a three-times-weekly service to the cities of Karachi and Lahore, in Pakistan, from 1 February 2006.

Flights will depart Singapore on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday of each week, at 1535 hours and operate a circular routing to both Karachi and Lahore.

Details of flight schedules are as follows (local times):

Monday

Singapore Lahore Lahore Karachi Karachi Singapore
Dep Arr Dep Arr Dep Arr
1535 1840 1945 2135 2235 Tue 0730

Wednesday / Saturday

Singapore Karachi Karachi Lahore Lahore Singapore
Dep Arr Dep Arr Dep Arr
1535 1855 1955 2135 2240 Thur/Sun 0720

New Zealand passengers can choose from 19 weekly services to Singapore to connect with these services.

Singapore Airlines service to Pakistan will support further growth in the bilateral trade relationship between Singapore and Pakistan by facilitating more commercial and tourism inflows into the country. In addition, it will open an important route between other countries in the South-East Asia, South-West Pacific and North America regions and Pakistan, through the Singapore Changi Airport hub.

Karachi is the financial and commercial hub of Pakistan and accounts for more than 60% of Pakistan’s Gross Domestic Product. It is a centre of business in the region, and also the home to several major institutions for higher learning.

Lahore, capital of the province of Punjab, is a city known for its cultural capital, which is apparent from the numerous historic buildings endowed with architectural and scenic beauty.

A very old city, Lahore was part of the Mughal dynasty, which ruled over vast tracks of the Indian sub-continent.

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