Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has expanded its flight operation by adding an Airbus-320 in its fleets.
As per the details, the number of the airbuses owned by the nation flag-carrier of Pakistan has reached 12.
The national airline of Pakistan is working on its business plan and recently added an airbus-320 into its fleet on a dry lease. The spokesperson of the PIA said that another airbus will be inducted into the fleet of Pakistan International Airlines on December 6.
Currently, the number of Pakistan International Airlines has jumped to 34, while the national airline is also planning to induct three more planes to its fleet by the next year 2020.
It is pertinent to mention here that PIA had also started the facility of overhauling of 777 Boeing in several cities of Pakistan.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the national flag-carrier Air Marshal Arshad Malik said that this move will help Pakistan International Airlines in controlling its expenses of overhauling of the aircraft.