Visitors and travelers wishing to see Pakistan’s stunning northern regions are in for some exciting news.

With its decision to resume service between Lahore and Skardu, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has made a laudable move that will provide travelers with a practical and accessible means of seeing the area’s natural splendor.

According to reports, Khawaja Saad Rafique, the aviation minister, issued the instructions that led to this decision. Rafique stressed the need of encouraging domestic tourism and improving connectivity inside the nation. Starting on June 3, PIA will start operating flights between Lahore and Skardu as part of the inaugural phase. Two flights each week will be arranged, departing on Wednesdays and Saturdays to provide passengers with flexibility.

This calculated effort intends to meet the rising demand for air travel to Skardu, which is renowned for its breathtaking scenery and tranquil environs. Resuming the Lahore-Skardu airline service is an important step toward promoting tourism in Pakistan’s northern regions.

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