An Iranian airline commences direct flight services to Pakistan.

In Karachi, an Iranian airline has initiated direct flight services to Pakistan, aiming to assist pilgrims, the business community, and the public.

The commencement of these services was marked with an inauguration ceremony at Karachi airport, attended by Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori, the Iranian consul general, and representatives from Tabar Air.

The inaugural flight, carrying 80 passengers, departed from Jinnah International Airport in Karachi and arrived at Mashhad.

Initially, Taban Air plans to operate one flight weekly, with potential increases based on demand.

Recently, Batik Air from Malaysia commenced flights between Karachi and Kuala Lumpur after previously operating solely on the Lahore route.

Additionally, Azerbaijan’s national airline, AZAL, has introduced direct flight services to Pakistan in efforts to promote tourism.

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