- K2 Airways intends to serve at numerous domestic destinations across Pakistan including Islamabad, Skardu and Chitral.
- The airline also plans to fly to international destinations in the near future.
There is a new entrant in Pakistan’s airway sector. Meet K2 Airways, which will be based at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport and will begin scheduled passenger flights later in 2020.
The latest entrant in Pakistan’s airway industry will serve numerous domestic destinations across Pakistan including Islamabad, Skardu and Chitral. The airline also plans to fly to international destinations in the near future.
Just days ago, the K2 airways acquired Rusada ENVISION’s MRO & Flight Operations Software. The airline intends to implement six of ENVISION’s modules immediately. The modules selected include Fleet Management, Line Maintenance, Flight Operations and Human Resources.
“We are looking to be as streamlined as possible when it comes to our operations, so we wanted to adopt one all-inclusive solution rather than several. This being said, there will always be the need to integrate with some form of external system, and ENVISION’s modern architecture makes this simple and painless, allowing our team to focus on other things,” said Tariq Raja, CEO of K2 Airways.
The K2 airways has also acquired Hitit Crane product suite, Hitit is a Passenger Service Solution providers in the field of airline and travel IT systems.
The core system is Crane Pax, a state-of-the-art Passenger Service Solution.