Pakistan International Airlines to fly bigger planes from Leeds Bradford Airport as demand grows

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PIA manager Muhammad Shafique with Tony Hallwood, the airport’s commercial director. PIA manager Muhammad Shafique with Tony Hallwood, the airport’s commercial director.

Growing demand in the Bradford area has led Pakistan International Airlines to introduce larger aircraft on its twice-weekly service between Leeds Bradford Airport and Islamabad.

From March 13, PIA will use Boeing 777 aircraft on its non-stop services every Wednesday and Saturday. The larger aircraft will provide 35 business class seats and 294 in economy.

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