British Airways has landed its first flight in Islamabad marking the first service between the UK and Pakistan in 10 years. The service will run three times a week on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from London Heathrow, operated using a three-class Boeing 787 Dreamliner. British Airways has officially opened an office in Islamabad for the airline’s local dedicated team. The International Trade Secretary, Liam Fox MP, said: “The relaunch of British Airways flights between the UK and Pakistan after more than ten years will be a major boost for trade between our two countries. It is no surprise that it

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