PIA to start operating flights to another Saudi Arabia's city.

KARACHI -- Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has announced to start flight operations to another city in Saudi Arabia, Al-Qassim, media reported on Sunday.

The national flag carrier will operate two flights in a week from Lahore and Islamabad to Saudi Arabia's Al-Qassim city. The first PIA flight will depart for Al-Qassim from Islamabad on March 28.

The airline will operate flights from Lahore and Islamabad on Monday and Thursday.

A large number of Pakistanis requested the PIA administration to start flight operations to Al-Qassim. The airline will use A320 aircraft for flights to Al-Qassim.

In another development today, Pakistan International Airlines added 11 new destinations to its network by signing a code-share arrangement with Malaysian Airlines.

According to the PIA spokesman, the national flag carrier had entered into a commercial arrangement - Special Prorate Agreement (SPA) - with Malaysia Airlines for destinations in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia...

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