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Air Indus, starts domestic operations Multan


Air Indus Launched in Pakistan, Starting Flight Operations from 28th July 2013

Pakistani startup, Air Indus, starts domestic operations

Air Indus (I6, Karachi Int'l) has launched operations with a fleet of three B737-300s after the Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) issued it an AOC in late July. The airline currently operates exclusively domestic flights between Karachi Int'l, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan, Bahawalpur and Faisalabad with Skardu, Dera Ghazi Khan and Sialkot flights to launch in due course. Backed by Karakoram Motors, Air Indus claims that after a successful initial year of operations, it plans to offer flights to the Gulf and the Middle East with long term goals of serving the Far East, Europe and the Americas. 

The nationwide flights will commence shortly, connecting Karachi to not only the major Airports of Pakistan but also the social economic routes on the daily basis with young western built Boeing 737 aircrafts.
Initially Air Indus has a total of Three Aircraft’s expected to increase after some time. Currently the fleet of Air Indus Features Boeing 737-300′s and 1 Boeing 737-301. The aircraft’s have a seating capability of 148 Passengers with all economy class layout. Here’s a bit more about the aircraft’s being operated by Air Indus:

According to the website of Air Indus initially they will be starting operations from Karachi to Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Peshawar and Quetta. Booking for these sectors has started. The airline plans to start flights to Skardu, Dera Ghazi Khan and Sialkot as well in future.
Booking Procedure:
  • Online Web Booking at
  • Contact Center 021 11 11 INDUS (46387)
  • Airport Counter’s and Offices
Pakistan Plus team will be posting a review over the airline’s flight operations, passenger services etc after the operation of Air Indus first few flights.
Pakistan Plus, Thursday 25th July 2013

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