BEIJING: Serene Air, a Pakistani airline, is gearing up to inaugurate a new international route connecting Karachi, Islamabad, and Beijing, with operations commencing on November 19.
The twice-weekly route signifies the deepening of bilateral ties between China and Pakistan. The inaugural flight is scheduled to depart from Karachi at 23:00 local time on November 18. After a brief stopover in Islamabad, the flight will land at Beijing Daxing International Airport at 10:20 the following day.
Zeng Qiang, head of Serene Air’s Beijing representative office, expressed optimism about the growing friendship between China and Pakistan through the launch of this new international route.
He also highlighted the recently signed General Sales Agent (GSA) joint venture agreement between Serene Air and Joyu Group Air, a prominent conglomerate in China’s tourism and technology sector.
This strategic partnership, facilitating the marketing and sale of the newly launched route, is anticipated to play an important role in enhancing Pak-China collaboration in the aviation sector.