KARACHI - The Shaheen Air International, the second national carrier of Pakistan, has started flights to Saudi Arabia with from Wednesday. Spokesman of the airlines said that flights from Karachi to Dammam will be operated three times a week on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1.00 am local time. During the inaugural flight, the airlines Vice Chairman Arshad Jalil informed that Shaheen Air is the first private airline of the country, which has started flights to Saudi Arabia. He said that a large number of Pakistanis are working in Dammam and the start of new services of Shaheen Air between Dammam and Karachi will provide the passengers good services at more competitive and affordable fares. Arshad further said that the airline has also planed to start flights from Lahore to Dammam very soon.