After getting a final approval from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Pakistan’s government, a new private Airline “SereneAir’ has launched its countrywide air services for Pakistani passengers on January 31, 2017.
“The Airline will officially announce its launching next Monday,” said Air Vice Marshal Riaz here on Thursday. “The airline has taken this initiative with three Boeing 737-800 aircraft, in which one is brand new, while two planes are six-year-old, he said.
The reservation and sale of tickets for country-wide operation has already been started from the last week of January. “Initially, the airline’s operations are limited to Pakistan,” he added.
Serene Air was first granted a license by Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in October 2016. It is the fourth domestic airline in Pakistan, alongside Pakistan International Airlines, Shaheen Air and Airblue.
SereneAir fleet Boeing 737-800 aircraft are world renowned for their efficiency, safety record, and innovative design features. SereneAir initially plans to fly from Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar and Faisalabad; subsequently more domestic destinations will be added, he further informed. International operations are planned to start after successfully completing one year mandatory period of domestic operations.
He further said that SereneAir promises its customers quality and excellence in service through its efficient ground staff to provide hassle free reservations and check in, in time arrivals at destinations with enhanced safety by aircrew trained in, specially prepared meals and snacks served by courteous and polite cabin crew, all of which will combine to ensure a flying experience that will exceed expectations. SereneAir promises its client to experience serenity in the air like never before. SereneAir is the first airline in private sector to offer a family package where infants and families are given unparalleled concessions.