Monday, October 8, 2007


A new airline financed by the expat Pakistani community residing in the UK has formed an airline called UKIA i.e. UK International Airlines has managed to get two Boeing 767-200ERs which will be based at the airline's main hub at East Midlands (EMA) Airport.

UKIA will use the aircraft to launch 3 weekly flights from EMA to Islamabad, Pakistan via Sharjah. According to its authorized agents in the Midlands region of the UK, the airline plans on obtaining 2-3 more B 762ERs to fly to Dhaka, Kathmandu, Gambia, Delhi and eventually increase ISB bound flights to 5 weekly.

The first flight departs on Oct 19th 2007 for ISB from EMA and the introductory fare on offer is GBP 390 all taxes inclusive for EMA-ISB-EMA.

UKIA's ISB schedule visit :

Official website :

Airline profile :

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