Airblue is a private low-cost airline that is based in Islamabad, Pakistan that offers scheduled flights linking Pakistani domestic destinations with international destinations in Oman, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates – Islamabad, Lahore, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Jeddah being Airblue’s focus cities.
Our Airblue reviews look closer at the airline that serves the region and takes its passengers to new destinations.
Airblue traces its roots to its foundation in 2003 and its commencement of operations on June 18, 2004 using three leased Airbus A320-200 aircraft serving Karachi–Lahore and Karachi–Islamabad. At this time, they were inaugurated by then Prime Minister of Pakistan, Zafarullah Khan Jamal. Airblue’s first international flight originated from Karachi to Dubai, and this occurred on Pakistan’s 58th Independence Day, on August 14, 2005, with other international flights and plans following, including their first flight to Manchester using Airbus A321.
They were the first airline in Pakistan to use e-ticketing, wireless check-in, and self check-in kiosk facilities; meanwhile, they use ticket distribution system Sabre. As of August 2016, Airblue has a fleet size composed of 3 Airbus A320-200 and 5 Airbus A321-200, flying to 12 destinations. Blue Miles is Airblue’s frequent flyer program.
Mr. Tariq Chaudhary serves as the airline’s CEO and Chairman of the Board.
What Users Have to Say
Out of 29 Airblue reviews, the Pakistani airline garnered a rating of 4/10, though the most recent Airblue reviews were all actually positive. Based on reading through several Airblue reviews, we discovered that mainly people were appreciative of Airblue’s friendly and professional cabin crew, and the cleanliness of the aircraft.
Their official website is in a dark blue and white colour scheme which reflects on Airblue’s brand logo. The rest of the website appears clean and easily navigable as all the fonts and photographs are large. On their homepage, users can search for flights on the search engine to the left of the screen.
The upper tabs will provide you with more reading material such as sections on Travel Deals and Destinations, while you can learn more about the airline’s services by checking out their daily non-stop flights, or flight reservations. It’s easy to manage your booking or account by logging in to the Airblue site.
Airblue’s news and top deals are displayed to the right of the screen. Meanwhile, frequent travellers can sign up to Airblue’s frequent flyer program Blue Miles to start earning miles with each flight redeemable towards special rewards and other benefits.
For more information, updates, and offers about Airblue, view their Twitter account here.
- Website URL: http://www.airblue.com/
- Contact number: Within Pakistan: 111-AIR-BLU (247-258); From outside Pakistan: (+92) 51 111-247-258
- Contact Email: email@example.com
- Head Office Address: 12th & 8th Floor, ISE Towers, 55-B Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad, Pakistan
Despite the mix of Airblue reviews online, our final impression of this small airline depicts their great inflight services and their customer care. Many people had been impressed by them, and their unique offerings are what make their customers satisfied with flying with them.
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