PIA to launch ‘Premium Service’ from August 14

NationalPIA to launch 'Premium Service' from August 14

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Tuesday announced that it will initiate the `Premium Service’ from August 14.

Four new planes are to be purchased on wet lease for the new service.


In an interview, the Chairman PIA Azam Sehgal said that the Premium Service would better facilitate passengers.

It is generally seen that passengers have grievances against the cabin crew. The PIA chairman while addressing the matter said that the national airline has arranged for a three-week training for the crew.

It has been learnt that a professional team from Sri Lanka is in Karachi these days, which will provide professional training to the PIA staff for the said duration.

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