The second plane has landed in Karachi which took off from Istanbul, whereas, the third aircraft will be included into the fleet after 10 days.
SereneAir will add two new modern Airbus planes to its fleet by March 25
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted permission to a private airline, Serene Air, for operating international flights.
The list of 10 suspected pilots allegedly possessing dubious licences was obtained by ARY News which was sent to the management of the private airline.
SereneAir has been allowed to operate two chartered flights, one from Jeddah to Karachi and second from Karachi to Riyadh, to transport more than 400 nationals.
The spokesperson of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said that SereneAir will be permitted to operate domestic and international chartered flights.
SereneAir, a privately owned Pakistani airline, has all set to launch flight operations for Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE).