Pakistan International W16 International route additions

Pakistan International Airlines in winter 2016/17 season is adding a number of new routes/routings, including new route to Salalah, as well as service resumption to Barcelona. Planned schedule as follow.

eff 30OCT16 Lahore – Islamabad – Beijing – Tokyo Narita – Beijing – Lahore – Islamabad New routing with A310. Overall Beijing and Tokyo service remains unchanged at 3 weekly level
PK852 LHE2020 – 2100ISB2250 – 0720+1PEK0835+1 – 1250+1NRT 310 7
PK853 NRT1400 – 1705PEK1830 – 2200LHE2300 – 2350ISB 310 1

eff 04NOV16 Islamabad – Kuala Lumpur 1 weekly A310
PK892 ISB0100 – 1000KUL 310 5
PK893 KUL0340 – 0730ISB 310 6

eff 01DEC16 Lahore – Salalah 2 weekly A320
PK235 LHE1230 – 1530SLL 320 4
PK235 LHE2115 – 0015+1SLL 320 7

PK236 SLL0115 – 0545LHE 320 1
PK236 SLL1630 – 2100LHE 320 4

eff 09DEC16 Karachi – Lahore – Manchester – New York JFK – Islamabad – Karachi New routing with 777-300ER. Overall New York service increases to 3 weekly
PK723 KHI0845 – 1030LHE1230 – 1555MAN1755 – 2005JFK 777 5
PK724 JFK2255 – 2240+1ISB0040+2 – 0235+1KHI 777 5

eff 11DEC16 Islamabad – Paris CDG – Barcelona – Islamabad 1 weekly Boeing 777-200ER. This new routing replaces Islamabad – Paris CDG – Milan Malpensa – Islamabad (Except 09JAN17 – 11FEB17)
PK769 ISB0950 – 1415CDG1600 – 1740BCN 772 7
PK770 BCN1900 – 0640+1ISB 772 7

eff 13DEC16 Lahore – Paris CDG – Barcelona – Lahore 1 weekly Boeing 777-200ER. This new routing replaces Lahore – Milan Malpensa – Paris CDG – Lahore (Except 10JAN17 – 31JAN17)
PK733 LHE1205 – 1640CDG1805 – 1945BCN 772 2
PK734 BCN2115 – 0915+1LHE 772 2

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