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Pakistan’s First Air Taxi Service to Launch in Karachi Next Month

Private company CEO seals deal, announces Karachi’s first air taxi.

According to Imran Aslam, the fare for the air taxi service will be much lower than what chartered aircraft operators charge.

SkyWings CEO Imran Aslam claims that a smartphone app will be available for booking taxis.

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He added that chartered services charge at least Rs 2.5 million for flying passengers from Karachi to other cities in Sindh and Balochistan.

The Air Taxi services charge approximately Rs 5 to 6 lacs.

The CEO said that SkyWings will start with eight aircraft with different seating capacities and will add more later.

He expected that the service would boost international travel in the country.

The CEO predicted success and added, I hope many people will join us in this endeavor as many aircraft are still in use in Pakistan.

One flight to Mohenjo-daro and one air ambulance are already operating SkyWings.

Additionally, Imran Aslam said, it runs training courses for pilots.

Imran Aslam Khan stated:

Khan mentioned Careem, Uber, and Bykea as additional transportation service apps through which the plane might be reserved. He continued by saying that owners of private jets can choose to use the aerial service.

Aerial taxis will also assist visitors, attorneys, journalists, doctors, and other professionals in addition to prominent political, religious, and corporate figures, he continued.

He added that this service would increase tourism in the nation while also offering a quicker way to travel.

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