Allama Iqbal Int Airport (Lahore, Pakistan)
Allama Iqbal International Airport is the second largest civil airport in Pakistan, serving Lahore, the capital of Punjab province. Originally known as Lahore International Airport, it was renamed in 2003 for Muhammad Iqbal, the Islamic poet-philosopher who was a major advocate for the creation of the state of Pakistan, upon the opening of the new terminal building.
The airport currently has three terminals: the Allama Iqbal terminal, the Hajj terminal, and a cargo terminal. The airport is located about 15 kilometres from the centre of the city. A total of 3,192,904 passengers have travelled through Allama Iqbal International Airport in 2009 making it the 2nd busiest airport in Pakistan.
Sialkot Int Airport
Sialkot International Airport (colloquially known as Sialkot Airport) is situated 14 km (8.7 mi) west of Sialkot in the Sialkot District of Pakistan. It has the distinctions of being the first privately owned public airport in Pakistan and South Asia and, pending the completion of the new green field Islamabad International Airport, of having the longest runway in Pakistan.
Approximately 1,000,000 travellers from Sialkot and adjacent areas are expected to benefit from this international airporteach year.
Recently it has been confirmed that the airport will be developed further; the apron will be extended to accommodate 12 aircraft and jet bridges will be installed, for which construction is already underway.
Jinnah Int Airport
Jinnah International Airport is Pakistan's largestinternational and domestic airport. Located in Karachi, the largest city and capital of the Sindh province, it is named after Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.
The airport provides a secondary hub for the flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), Air Indus, Shaheen Air, andairblue as well as many other private airlines.
The airport is equipped with aircraft engineering and overhauling facilities including the Ispahani Hangar for wide-body aircraft. In 2013, over 16,065,465 passengers used Jinnah International Airport (daily more than 44,000 passengers) and 113,345 aircraft movements were registered.
Multan Int Airport
Multan Intl Airport (IATA: MUX, ICAO: OPMT) is situated 4 km west of the city Multan in Punjab, Pakistan. The airport is southern Punjab's largest and busiest airport. Multan International Airport offers flights throughout Pakistan, as well as direct flights to Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
In March 2015, a new terminal building was formally inaugurated by Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif. Following the opening of the new terminal, passenger traffic soared from 384,571 in 2014-2015, to 904,865 in 2015-2016.
New Islamabad Int Airport, Pakistan
Peshawar Int Airport, Pakistan
Quetta Int Airport, Pakistan