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Shaheen Air was a Pakistani airline owned by a private company with its head office at Jinnah International
and hub in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore. They remained Pakistan’s second-largest airline in terms of fleets, first being International Airlines (PIA) until they closed down its operations in October 2018. Shaheen airline was providing commercial and cargo services in Pakistan and the Middle East. Shaheen Air suspended all its operations in October 2018.

In May 2004, Shaheen airline fleet was grounded by CAA as the airline owed millions of debt. But only after 3 days the airline received a letter of clearance from CAA and Shaheen Airline resumed their flights’ operations. The same year the airline changed its name from Shaheen Air International (SAI) to Shaheen Air and the airline changed its overall corporate outlook and web presence.

With a fleet of 21 aeroplanes, Shaheen Air fled to a total of 22 destinations which include domestic routes of Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, D.G. Khan and International routes of Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Dubai, Manchester, Al Ain, Muscat, Kuwait and Doha.

International Destinations Served By Shaheen Air

Shaheen Air flights covered a large range of international cities, including popular tourist destinations such as Malaysia Qatar, United Kingdom,Manchester, Dubai, Guangzhou and Muscat. Daily direct flights from Pakistan to international cities and low fares made Shaheen Air a popular airline choice for Pakistani travellers. Shaheen Air was a low-cost budget airline.

Some Popular International Routes of Shaheen Air

Some Popular Domestic Routes of Shaheen Air

Shaheen Airline covered a large range of domestic routes, including major cities like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, Quetta and Peshawar, making it a preferred choice for both business and leisure travellers.

FAQs - Shaheen Air

Is Shaheen Air Operating?

No, Shaheen Air was closed in October 2018.

Why is Shaheen Air closed?

Shaheen Air was unable to repay their debts to CAA and was declared bankrupt in 2018.

Who is the owner of Shaheen Air?

Ehsan Sehbai is the CEO and owner of Shaheen Air.

How to book Shaheen Air e-ticket online?

Shaheen Air is no longer operational. For reservation and online booking of domestic flights, you can check airfares and rates for Airblue, Serene Air tickets or PIA.

How many airlines do we have in Pakistan?

Are there any new airlines coming in Pakistan?

Yes, Air Sial is about to launch its operations in 2020. Afeef Zara and K2 are yet to share any launch date.

How to check Shaheen Air Flight Schedule and Status?

Since the airline is no longer operational, its flight schedule and status are also not available on the Shaheen air website.

How to check the status of my ticket?

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