Heads of PIA and Sri Lankan Airlines were also present on the occasion.
In a briefing, the Prime Minister was told that planes for the Premier Service were acquired from Sri Lanka on wet lease. The crew and staff of the Service also got training from Sri Lankan experts.
— Danyal Gilani (@Danyal_Gilani) August 14, 2016
Numerous additional facilities have been provided in planes of the Premier Service. LCD were installed at every seat and wi-fi facilities also made available for the passengers. Timings of flights has also improve and number of flights increased.
PIA premier service …. All set for their inaugural flight tomorrow Insha’Allah. Pak is regaining its lost glory. pic.twitter.com/Rou4nKXaQA
— Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) August 13, 2016
Meanwhile, the first flight of the Premier Service departed for London. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif saw off the passengers of the first flight of the service.