As more pilgrims are anticipated to travel during Ramadan, AirSial plans to increase the number of flights it operates to Saudi Arabia.
Starting on March 29, the airline will start operating four weekly flights from Lahore to Saudi Arabia, with flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
In order to meet the increasing demand for travel to the holy sites during Ramadan, AirSial has recently begun accepting reservations for Umrah pilgrims.
Lower prices are anticipated as a result of AirSial’s route network expansion, giving people considering religious pilgrimage a more affordable option.
The move of AirSial to extend its operations comes at a time when there is a greater need in the area for air travel services, with airlines competing to meet the demands of the expanding number of travellers.
AirSial is well-positioned to play a significant role in the religious tourism sector with the addition of its new flight services to Saudi Arabia, offering dependable and cost-effective travel alternatives for individuals seeking to go on a spiritual path.