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Cheap Flights to Pakistan

Cheap Flights To Pakistan

The community within the UK, whether expatriate or local, is not alien to Pakistan or its charms. Being savvy on your budget in order to make a trip in the heart of diversity in Asia might lead you to book cheap flights to Pakistan. Numerous international carriers offer air tickets from the UK to Pakistan for major airports including  Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Peshawar. For even further domestic connections around the country, you’ll have to rely on these international destinations. Business class travel opportunities are also available at competitive fares; however, PIA is generally known to be the lowest-priced as compared with other airlines. Again, direct routes are only available with PIA for Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi. There are also one-stop flights to almost all airports in Pakistan via middle east with leading international airlines such as Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Saudi Airlines and the national carrier Pakistan International Airlines. You can choose from a multitude of options in any season whether peak times like the summer season, Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid-ul-Adha and Christmas/new year or the low seasons during the rest of the year.

Bargain deals for return flights to Pakistan

Destination : Allama Iqbal International Airport (LHE)
Travel Between : 02 June, 2016 - 07 July, 2016
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Destination : Jinnah International Airport (KHI)
Travel Between : 01 May, 2016 - 30 June, 2016
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Destination : Benazir Bhutto International Airport (ISB)
Travel Between : 04 May, 2016 - 15 July, 2016
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Destination : Multan International Airport (MUX)
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Destination : Bacha Khan International Airport (PEW)
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Destination : Sialkot International Airport (SKT)
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Business class flights to Pakistan

Destination : Benazir Bhutto International Airport (ISB)
Travel Between : 29 April, 2016 - 29 March, 2017
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Destination : Jinnah International Airport (KHI)
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Destination Overview

What makes it so special?
Among all the Asian destinations, Pakistan’s location is a melting pot falling right between eastern Asia and Western Asia. The mountain terrains bordering the Himalayas in northern parts of the country are known for their exquisite beauty and are a must visit on cheap flights to Pakistan.Gilgit, Swat, Kaghan, Naran are some of the most visited places to bring forth hospitality, customs and culture remote to the indigenous communities in these areas. Taxila, Moen Jo Daro and Thatta preserve multiple sites of ruins as well as statues from the Buddhist era. Moving forward to the ages of the great Mughal Empire, notable kings have left behind shrines, mosques and gardens across southern Punjab, with Lahore and Multan having some of the best historical buildings in the country, such as the Badshahi Mosque and ShahiQilla. The nation’s former capital and main metropolitan base, Karachi, is one of the receiving airports for cheap flights to Pakistan. Industrial hubs like Faisalabad, Gujranwala and Sialkot are great places to shop wholesale for fabrics since they compose the textile hub for exports. Peshawar and Nowshera from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province represent the heart of the Pathan spirit which is witnessed in Afghanistan as well as Uttar Pradesh, India. The capital city of Islamabad lies secluded in greenery of the Margallah hills, regarded as one of the top planned cities to house the seat of the government.The proud country is aprism of colour, vibrancy and enthusiasm. With a diverse and a multi-ethnic society it is a blend of unique cultures, languages, festivals, traditions and people.

The three major mountain ranges meet together in the Himalayas, Hindu Kush and Karakoram ranges. Cheap flights to Pakistan reveal that the country is not promoting tourism for nothing; it is ethnically diverse but also topographically diverse and well prepared to meet and cater to the equally diverse tastes of its tourists.

How to manage getting inside Pakistan?

There are many ways to get inside, but the best way is via cheap flights to Pakistan. The country has many international airports that are very active. Among major options, Karachi’s Quaid-e-Azam Airport, Lahore’s AllamaIqbal Airport, Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto Airport and Peshawar Airport are the chief touchdown sites for cheap flights to Pakistan. The Islamabad international airport will get you to the capital city of Pakistan which falls in the centre of the northern half of country. So those en route to the country’s northern areas it’s better that you first come to Islamabad and then sally out from there; by road or air.

Airlines, Airports and Itineraries:
Many prominent international airlines operate cheap flights to Pakistan here such as Kuwait Airways, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and many others; however, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the main operator at the airport. During the general low seasons, airfares for return flights from London Heathrow to Pakistan may vary between £450 and £550. For the high season, the general airfare bracket for economy class cheap flights to Pakistan from UK increases altogether from beyond £700 and even £900 in the last few days prior to starting of vacations. General stopover lasts for 2 hours, stretching to 4 & 6 hours for discounted options and even overnight stays. Times for indirect cheap flights to Pakistan range between 10.5 hours to 11.5 hours.

Are there any direct routes from the UK?
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the national flag carrier of Pakistan is the only airline operating said travel plan, with options to land either at Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto International Airport or Karachi’s Quaid e Azam International Airport on a daily frequency. The time advantage of this estimate to a total airborne time lasting 7 hours 45 minutes on average!

How to manage getting around?
Once You are in after availing Cheap flights to Pakistan, next thing to consider is to Know about the means to get around. Thou shall not worry about it, as domestic airports are all over and you can easily get cheap flights to get around. However, for inter-city commute in Pakistan, buses are the best option since they are inexpensive and economical. The best private bus service that is safe and guarantees a comfortable time is Daewoo. However many other private owned buses can also be availed which are comparatively more low-priced to visit main cities in Pakistan. Train travel is offered by Pakistan Railways can also to be considered, but if you have to travel by train across Pakistan, try the Business express or Shalimar for quality travel. The first class ticket is not that expensive and much more comfortable so do try it out. For getting around a city the best options are the Qingqi rickshaws…buzzing around literally everywhere! Taxis are another alternative and so are the wagons and the local buses.

Which ones are the top restaurants to hunt for?
Pakistani culture has food being an important part of lifestyle, with some of Asia’s top eateries present in every main city. The capital city of Islamabad has its people preferring a quiet crowd, which is why its top restaurants like La Terrazza, the Monal and Highland Country Club all focus on having panoramic views of the Margalla hills. Lahore is regarded as the hub of the culinary industry based across Pakistan. Its main M.M Alam road has the most number of famous restaurants including the likes of Café Zouk, Café Aylanto and Salt’nPepper, all of which are established brands catering for intercontinental cuisine.  Special mentions like Cuckoo’s Den and the Polo Lounge also make it for featuring Lahore’s arts and sports. Tourists arriving on cheap flights to Pakistan by way of its main metropolitan city, Karachi, have their fill of its main restaurants facing the beachside, with the Kolachi at Do Darya serving guests with Seafood and continental dishes. Café Flo, the Elbow Room and BBQ night appeal the masses with the very best of Pakistani cuisine. Other special mentions include Okra, Pompeii and Orrery for Mediterranean, Italian and Spanish themes. 

When exactly is the peak-season?
The biggest advantage Pakistan has is that it’s most recommended seasons last outside the peak travelling seasons of summer vacations and Christmas vacations. And you can avail amazing deals for Cheap flights to pakistan during these seasons. Since Pakistan is located near to the equator and thus is a hot and humid country for much of the summers. Springs are ideal during March, April & May, hosting May local and traditional folk festivities for tourists. Post-Christmas low season during autumn is also a great time to book cheap flights to Pakistan as the period lasts during January and February.

What is the general trend of accommodation options?
Among accommodations, the urban hubs of each province in Pakistan have 5 star and even 7 star hotel options hailing from global chains, which include, in order of density, Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar. Guest houses under the official Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation facilitate a standardized service for all foreign guests, complete with guides and transit. To cater the need of tourism in Pakistan, there are seasonal simple one room hotels catering the general domestic trend. Satellite towns and sister cities even have a booming trend of establishing hotels inside plazas, in the heart of their commercial zones.

Need a general idea of managing your budget?

  • One night stay at a 5 star hotel in Pakistan: £150-230
  • One night stay at a bed-and-room common hotel: £40-60 
  • A  small bottle of premium mineral water: £0.2
  • One meal at an international food franchise: £4-6
  • A traditional snack at a street vendor’s stall: £0.5
  • Pack of cigarettes (imported): £1.5
  • The average within-city tour on cab: £2.25
  • The average bus fare for inter-city travel: £5
  • Average rent a car fare for day long travel: £16


By Z A Chahal

Airlines that fly to Pakistan

FAQs about Pakistan

How many direct flights Pakistan International Airlines is operating from UK to different airports in Pakistan?
PIA operates 10 direct flights to Pakistan from London Heathrow on a weekly basis, with 3 reaching Karachi, 3 in Lahore and 4 in the capital city of Islamabad. Manchester and Birmingham facilitate 7 and 3 direct flights respectively, with Manchester serving Islamabad 5 times and Lahore twice, every week. Birmingham only serves Islamabad amongst all Pakistani destinations in this regard, maintaining a frequency of departing 3 times to connect directly with the capital.

Which aircraft from the PIA fleet are being utilized to serve flights to Pakistan from UK?
Pakistan International Airlines is relying on all its variants of the Boeing 777, namely the 777-200 LR, 777-200 ER and 777-300 ER to operate between all airports of UK and Pakistan respectively. All these aircraft facilitate cabin classes of Business, Economy Plus and Economy, with a total seating capacity ranging between 310 and 390 seats per aircraft.

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