LAHORE - The Malindo Air, Malaysia has started its air services in Pakistan. The first flight carrying Malaysian Minister Transport Datuk Ab Aziz Bin Kaprawi and CEO Malindo Air, Chandran Rama Muthy along with passengers landed at Allama Iqbal International Airport yesterday.

Spokesman for the airline said that on arrival, the delegation was welcomed by Air Marshal (r) Jamshed Khan, MD Shaheen Foundation. Chaudhry Shafiq Ahmed, Provincial Minister for Commerce, Industries and Investment was also present at the occasion.

Malindo Air will operate four flights weekly (Kuala Lumpur – Lahore – Kuala Lumpur). This project has been made possible with the collaboration of Malindo Airlines and Shaheen Airport Services (SAPS) which is the subsidiary of Shaheen Foundation, a trust of the Pakistan Air Force, spokesman concluded.