PIA reduces fares for Umrah pilgrims

SocialPIA reduces fares for Umrah pilgrims

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has reduced its fares to facilitate intending Umrah pilgrims for Jeddah and Madinah Munawwara by 10 per cent with effect from January 24, 2016.

In a statement on Thursday, a PIA spokesman PIA said that fares from Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Sialkot, Faisalabad and Multan have now been slashed to PKR 49,100 for Jeddah and to PKR 44,100 for Madinah while from Karachi and Quetta fares have been reduced to PKR 39,100 for Jeddah and PKR 34,100 for Madinah for economy class, exclusive of taxes.

Source: APP/DND

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