AirSial is expected to start its flight operations from the mid of December. Previously, it was reported that the airline is to start the flight operations from the month of June 2020, however, the launch was delayed owing to the coronavirus imposed restrictions on air travel.
As per the shared details, now as the domestic flights have resumed, so the airline is all ready to start its first flight in the mid of the next month.
According to the reports, the first aircraft, an Airbus A320-232 is to reach Karachi from Arizona after making a stop at Portsmouth.
The aircraft is registered as AP-BOA.
The initial operations of the airline would be relying on three Airbus A320-200s, which the airline has leased from AerCap-the world’s largest independent aircraft leasing firm, which is based in Dublin, Ireland.
It is not clear at the moment that from where the inaugural flight would commence from.
On Friday, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has shared a session to think about the flight schedules and slots for winter where AirSial shared its suggestions.