About Fly Jinnah
Fly Jinnah has recently completed its scrutiny. After this process, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) will forward its statements to the government's Aviation Division for a final inspection. They'll further need the Federal Government's approval before the PCAA can offer the airline a Regular Public Transport license. In addition to this, the airline will be required to get an Air Operator’s Certificate from the PCAA in order for them to start flying.
Fly Jinnah classes
Fly Jinnah class information hasn't currently been shared with the public and therefore once it as we will be sure to add it to this page and update you.
Fly Jinnah: Popular Destinations & Hubs
As of March 2021, the airline is waiting for approval from the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority in order for it to start flight operations. Currently, the airlines destination details have not been announced and therefore any new updates with regards to the destinations will be added to this page as soon as the airline releases them.
The location of Fly Jinnah hub hasn't currently been announced as the airline is waiting for certain certification in order for it to start operating within the country. As soon as the details with regards to hub airport have been released we will be sure to update this page.
Currently, the online check-in for the airline is not available.
When passengers start arriving at the airport terminal, they will need to hand provide a boarding pass and the airline will be able to take care of their luggage. For most domestic flights within Pakistan passengers must check-in at the airport at least 2 hours prior to their scheduled departure.
The baggage allowance for Fly Jinnah is currently unavailable and yet to be provided by the airline. Once this information is available, however, we will be sure to update you.