Thank you visiting Airblue section of our website. We are certified Airblue Agents in Pakistan. We can book & manage your e-tickets of Airblue in Pakistan. For Airline tickets, we accept cash or deposit into our bank account or bank transfer.
For current fare and details and ticketing : 0323-2121-490 We offer special
3% discount for all airblue tickets
Travel Agents Fees
As per the decision of Travel Agents Association, Travel & Culture will charge Transaction Fee of Rs. 350 per ticket on domestic Economy Class, Rs 500 per ticket on domestic Business Class this applies to Airblue and other domestic airline bookings.
Airblue Domestic Routes:
Karachi - Islamabad
Karachi - Lahore
Karachi - Peshawar
Karachi - Nawabshah (Benazirabad)
Lahore - Karachi
Islamaabd - Karachi
Peshawar - Karachi
Airblue International Routes
Karachi to Dubai
Lahore to Dubai
Islamabad to Dubai
Peshawar to Dubai
Islamabad to Manchester
Islamabad to Istanbul
Lahore to Istanbul
Islamabad to Muscat
Lahore to Mascat
Islamabad to Abu Dhabi
Lahore to Abu Dhabi
Peshwar to Abu Dhabi
Airblue is an emerging quality career from Pakistan. Airblue started it operation in Pakistan with domestic flight in 2004, airblue's fleet of next-generation Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft started operating with a unique offer of airfares based on time of booking. This was a unique and innovative idea. Many big airlines of the world had not started online reservation back in 2004 when airblue started sand jacket online airline tickets.
Soon airblue became second best airline of Pakistan offering quality service at low fares. Now Airblue not necessarily is a low fare airline but it is still a pioneer in bringing about new technologies in the air ticketing based on the internet.
Airblue now offers flights to five international destinations including UAE airports Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, as well as Muscat, Oman and Manchester, UK.
Led by a team with decades of experience in the industry, Airblue embodies a new era in passenger air travel.
Airblue has integrated unique innovations to ensure security and affordability. Among these are complete online reservation systems, online reservation hold/in person payment at various locations, and mobile airport check in procedures.
Airblue besides its innovative eticketing has also achieved following recognition.
First airline in Pakistan to start e-ticketing.
First airline in Pakistan and only the third carrier in the region after Emirates and Royal Jordanian to introduce self-service check-in facilities.
First private airline in Pakistan to initiate long-haul services on (Islamabad-Manchester) sector.
Airblue makes a fuel stop at Trabzon in Turkey when flying to and from Manchester. This route is the longest route operated by an Airbus A321 aircraft in the world, and the longest scheduled route operated by an Airbus narrow-body aircraft (excluding the Airbus A319LR).
Karachi is the hub for most of Airblue's domestic operations Airblue was the first airline in Pakistan to introduce e-ticketing, wireless check-in and self check-in kiosk facilities. The airline also became a member of Sabre system that is used by over a hundred airlines to help it with ticket automation service.
& onAir deal
OnAir has announced an agreement with Airblue, Pakistanís fastest growing airline, to launch Mobile On Air voice and data services on up to 12 of its Airbus A320 aircraft beginning in 2009.
Frequent Flyer Program
Airblue frequent flyer program is called Blue Miles. Passengers can sign up is free on the web site of airblue. Once passenger earn enough miles, they are upgrades to the Blue Card followed by the Platinum Card. In May 2009, the airline formed an alliance with The Royal Bank of Scotland Limited (RBS) to launch its summer promotion on its credit cards renaming them "RBS Airblue Card"
Airblue made its own premium lounge at Jinnah International Airport Karachi in November 2008. They called it the Blue Lounge International, it was designed for business class passengers, RBS credit card holders and privileged customers. The lounge is located in the international area of the Karachi airport.
venture with JS Air
To comply with Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regulations the airline started operating on socio-economic routes by flying to Nawabshah (Banazirabad) however the service was soon suspended. The suspension meant that Airblue was not compliant with CAA regulations and therefore had to incur penalty fees.
To overcome the issue of non-compliance Airblue entered into a joint venture with start-up charter airline JS Air to operate flights on its behalf on socio-economic routes. This represented the first time in Pakistani aviation history that 2 air operators entered into a joint venture arrangement. The first destination under this agreement was the port city of Gwadar which was connected to the Airblue network on 17 June and was served twice daily, except Fridays, from Karachi.
The flights were operated using JS Air's 19 seater Beech 1900C aircraft which are specifically suited to serving low yield 'commuter' destinations. This service was also suspended in 2007 due to insufficient demand.
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