Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has started operating special air safari flights from Islamabad to Skardu. This flight will take passengers to different renowned mountains and through the amazing views of monitoring and stunning areas.
As per the sources, there are 91 passenger travelers consist of 13 countries with the Pakistani minister for Every Mr. Hammad Azhar fly the first time.
Ali Sadpara Air Safari Flight Started to Skardu from Islamabad
This safari flight has been named with Sadpara Air Safari Flight in honor of Muhammad Ali Sadpara’s services for Pakistan tourism. This flight will brief passengers about all the world-level mountains (K2, Nanga Parbat, Broad Peak, etc) and the hidden tourism potential in northern regions.
What are the PIA Sadpara Air Safari Charges ?
This air safari would take Islamabad to skardu, a one way special flight that will cost 24000/-
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Route For Sadpara Air Safari Islamabad to Skardu:
Sadpara Air Safari will cover important and scenic points mention below:
- Fly over K2
- Fly over Nanga Parbat
- Fly over Gasherbrum Peaks
- Fly over Deosai Plain
- Fly over famous Saif-ul-malook Lake.
As per official Statement: The passengers will explore the Ariel views of aforementioned points at their windows.
Moreover, after landing at Skardu airport, the complimentary hi-tea has been planned at Shangri-La Resort Hotel to end this safari journey worthwhile.
After completing one way trip with hi-tea at shangrila. Sadpara Airsafari will leave from skardu airport after two hours. Its up to the passengers either they take the same flight to be back or stay there to experience more stunning and scenic views of skardu and other regions of gilgit baltistan.
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Purpose of Operating Sadpara Air Safari Flight to Skardu:
As per the spokesperson: reason for operating PIA sadpara air safari flight is to attract more tourist to these wonderful areas of Pakistan.
As per authorities, the safari flight would sell window seats to take a view to the aforementioned areas.