Cheap Flights to Karachi

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Let’s Depict Karachi

Karachi is the capital of Sindh province and the backbone of its country’s economy and trading because it’s the largest metropolitan city of Pakistan. In 2013, its population was 23.5 million. Karachi is the world’s seventh and Muslim world’s second largest agglomeration with the area of 3,527 km.

A city of lights, Karachi is also known as “Uroos ul Bilaad” (bride of cities) and “City of Quaid”. Most attractive and distinctive aspect is the location of city on Arabian coastal.

Tourist Attraction

In Pakistan, Karachi is the hub of tourism at domestic and international level as well. City’s historical, cultural and educational portfolios are the center of South Asian tourism.

Wonderful Beaches

Beaches on the seaside interpret the stunning beauty of Karachi. Various beaches like Manora Island, Sandspit, Seaview, Paradise Point, Cape Monze, Hawke’s Bay and Nathiagali Beach are the crowns to enhance beauty of city.

Parks and Historical Buildings

Kirthar National Park is most adventurous place of this city. It provides an opportunity to experience the glimpse of wild life because it’s the home of striped wild animals. Nearby the park, there’s Hub Lake; a spot to enjoy picnic, fishing and swimming too. In north Karachi, it’s 56 km away.

If you’re interested to know about historical structures then ‘Tomb of Quaid’ is the most famous building. This Tomb is the buried place of Quaid-e-Azam, the great leader. Meanwhile, there’re hundreds of places included architecture and art galleries to visit.


Normally, Karachi contains an arid climate. As it’s located on the seashore, climate remains lenient. Usually, two seasons occur in city in a year; summer and winter. Spring and autumn stay for short time, while, summer persists longer than winter.

Tourists book flights to Karachi in an ideal season of winter from November till end of March and it’s the peak season for visitors.

Jinnah International Airport

Karachi is privileged with having the largest airport of Pakistan. Jinnah International Airport is named after the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Airport has an asset of airplanes including Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Shaheen Air, Air Induss, Airblue and more. Approximately, 45 flights connect Karachi with 69 both national and international cities.

Management tends to keep the whole arrangements 24 hrs ready to meet any challenge or in case of any emergency. Highly equipped engineers and trained crew are competent enough to ensure safe and sound journey.