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NUMBER CRUNCHER Pakistan


Transatlantic SCHEDULED DOMESTIC DEPARTURE SEATS IN PAKISTAN (2009-2018)


5,000,000


TIPPING POINT


Pakistan’s aviation industry might have suffered a setback when it recently closed its airspace following a political dispute with India, but international capacity looks steady – and will be boosted when British Airways launches its three-weekly service from Heathrow to Islamabad in June


9.8%


DOMESTIC CAPACITY RISE (2018)


TOTAL DOMESTIC DEPARTURE SEATS (2018)


TOTAL DOMESTIC FLIGHT DEPARTURES (2018)


35,132 5,051,598


AIRLINES OFFERING SCHEDULED DOMESTIC FLIGHTS IN PAKISTAN (2018)


5 60 ISSUE 3 SUE 2 ROUTES NEWS 2019 OUTES NEWS 2016 routesonline.com 59.7% 21.3% 9.5% 43,710


TOTAL INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT DEPARTURES (2018)


TOP DOMESTIC AIRLINES IN 2018 (CAPACITY SHARE %) 8.5% 1.1% TOP 5 AIRPORTS 2018 (DOMESTIC CAPACITY SHARE)


KHI 40.4%


ISB 22.9%


LHE 16.6%


UET 4.8%


PEW 3.3%


4,385,538 4,375,403 5,220,525 KARACHI 5,506,692 5,342,371 ISLAMABAD 4,566,469 LAHORE 4,963,279 QUETTA


4,773,316 5,599,559 PESHAWAR 5,051,598


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