Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s new low-cost carrier (LCC), has recently celebrated the graduation of its fifth batch as cabin crew consisting of 9 male and female cadets. Having completed their technical and customer experience training, this latest batch of cabin crew has been inducted into the airline and will begin formal duties immediately.
Fly Jinnah is transforming intercity travel within the country through various unique offerings, including a strong focus on customer experiences. The latest batch of cabin crew joining the airline has been trained by leading professional instructors and learning and development professionals, giving them the necessary skills and expertise to ensure a pleasurable journey for all passengers.
Fly Jinnah currently connects five major cities of Pakistan: Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta. The gender diversity in the cabin crew being trained by the airline puts it on par with some of the leading carriers in the country.
The carrier commenced its commercial operations on November 1st, 2022 and operated a fleet that consists of three Airbus A320 aircraft and serves the Pakistani market with domestic destinations for the first year. Then it will expand its route network internationally. The aircraft is configured with 174 seats, providing added comfort with one of the most generous seat-pitch of any economy cabin. The aircraft is also equipped with “SkyTime”, a free in-flight streaming service that allows passengers to stream a wide selection of entertainment directly to their devices. Customers can also enjoy a variety of snacks, sandwiches, hot meals, and beverages from its onboard “SkyCafe” menu at affordable prices.
Lakson Group and Air Arabia Group announced their decision to form a JV airline in Pakistan in September 2021, with Karachi as its hub. ‘Fly Jinnah’ follows Air Arabia’s successful low-cost business model. The carrier operates short to medium-haul flights focusing on its customer base with a reliable operation and value-driven product.