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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has not granted permission to start flights to Pakistan

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Airbus A321neo A6-WZB parked at Abu Dhabi airport apron.

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has not been given permission to start flights to Pakistan as claimed by some websites and social media accounts. It was earlier reported by certain websites as well as Pakistan Aviation that the airline was given permission. Simple Flying reported that “a spokesperson for the Civil Aviation of Pakistan said that the country has resolved all legal matters with the United Arab Emirates. This will allow Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to start operating flights to and from Pakistan”.

Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority officials denied issuing any such statement as the matter is still pending approval. As Pakistan has requested the UAE government to allow Pakistani airline Air Sial to perform flights to Abu Dhabi as reciprocal approval to Wizz Air. To this, there is still no response from the UAE government. Wizz Air plans to start flights to Multan and Karachi initially Connecting it to its network of destinations across Europe, the Gulf, Central Asia, and Africa.

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has an extensive network of routes from Abu Dhabi consisting of 11 different routes to 10 different countries. The airline has extensive, including many European and central Asian destinations. The Airline flies to Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Greece, Cyrpus, Malta, Italy, Albania, Bosnia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Maldives.


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