Pakistan’s latest aircraft that belong to Serene Air suffered an engine stall warning. Serene’s newest aircraft Airbus A330-200 was operating the airline’s most important flight ER504 on its flagship route Karachi-Islamabad when it suffered an engine stall warning at 35000 feet near Sukkur. The aircraft crew decided to return back to Karachi and made a safe landing without any incident. It is unknown how long the aircraft will be out for but we hope it all works out for the best.
Serene Air recently inducted this Airbus A330 that is an ex-Air Europa aircraft with registration EC-JPF. Serene received this aircraft on 27 August 2020. The aircraft is 14 years and 6 months old and took its first flight on 8 March 2006. Serene registered this aircraft as AP-BNE.
Serene is expected to induct two ex Shaheen Air International aircraft into its fleet in the coming months. Shaheen Air’s AP-BMJ and AP-BML will be re-registered in Pakistan as AP-BNF and AP-BNG respectively. These aircraft are 13 years 8 months and 12 years 8 months old respectively. And both have served with KLM at the beginning of their life, then with Shaheen and after that, both served with Turkish airline Atlas Global.