PIA ‘first’ airline to operate flights with vaccinated crew

 PIA ‘first’ airline to operate flights with vaccinated crew

PIA ‘first’ Pakistani airline to operate flights with fully vaccinated crew

Karachi, 17June: All crew members of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) have got vaccinated against Coronavirus.

They said the national airline has achieved the goal of getting all its pilots, flight attendants, and other staff inoculated against the deadly virus.

PIA has become the first Pakistani airline to have a completely safe crew,” Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Air Marshal Arshad Malik said in a statement.

“All safety measures are being completely adhered to,” he added, reiterating the airline’s resolve to ensure the safety of not only its passengers but its staff as well.

On June 9, Pakistan International Airlines a reduction in fares for vaccinated senior citizens on domestic flights. It offered a discount for senior citizens on domestic travel up to 10 percent.

According to PIA spokesman, senior citizens who are 50-years-old or above can avail the discount on domestic flights by showing their Covid-19 vaccination certificate issued by National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).

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Web Desk

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