Emirates has today celebrated 10 years of strong success on its Dubai-Sialkot route, on both the passenger & cargo front.
The carrier has made significant gains in this market, as well as local economies and communities benefitting from this.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Emirates Celebrates 10 Years of the Dubai-Sialkot Route…
Over the last ten years, Emirates has been responsible for transporting 1.5m passengers on the Dubai-Sialkot route.
On the cargo front, 41,000 tonnes of freight have been exported in that period as well, with imports in excess of 1,400 tonnes.
Commenting on this was Mohammed Alhashmi, the Emirates VP for Pakistan:
“Sialkot is an important point in our network in Pakistan and we are pleased to have connected passengers and manufacturers with our global network using our unrivalled services.”
“For ten years, we have gone from strength to strength in Pakistan, establishing ourselves as a reliable airline for a broad segment of travellers, including leisure, business and corporate, students and those visiting family and friends, in addition to exporters of goods.”
“We would also like to thank all our partners and key stakeholders for their contributions to our successful operations over the years.
“Emirates is proud of the journey it has shared with Sialkot over the past decade, and we look forward to many more years of successful partnership, growth, and connectivity.”
“This milestone marks a decade of commitment to the city, its people, and its vibrant industries,”
All eyes will be on how much more fruitful this relationship will be between Emirates in Dubai and Sialkot Airport in Pakistan.
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