Air Blue to start twice weekly Airbus A340 services from Islamabad and Lahore to Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport and Air Blue, Pakistan’s second largest airline, are pleased
to announce that from Saturday 28 September 2013 the airline will start twice
weekly flights between Birmingham and Lahore, via Islamabad.

 The flight will be served by a 342 seat Airbus A340 aircraft as follows:
Wednesday - arrive into Birmingham at 2015, depart Birmingham at 2230
Saturday -  arrive into Birmingham at 2125, depart Birmingham at 2330

Mr Raza, Air Blue's Country Manager UK, said; "Air Blue is delighted to announce
services to Islamabad and Lahore from Birmingham starting this September. We
hope to continue on the success we have had so far in the UK and look forward
to working with Birmingham Airport and the Midlands’ Pakistani community to
make sure these services are a success and to grow our operation in the future"

Air Blue is a scheduled carrier and operates services across Pakistan and the
Middle East. Birmingham is the second UK airport that Air Blue will serve
Martyn Lloyd, Birmingham Airport’s Commercial Director, added, "More than
200 thousand British Pakistani's live in the West Midlands so we’re really pleased
to be able to announce these new flights, which will give business and leisure
passengers even more choice from Birmingham to Pakistan"

Flights - with lead in fare starting at £466 to Lahore - can now be booked at -

Thursday 8 August 2013


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