Flights to Pakistan
From Karachi to Lahore and the attractions of Islamabad, there is plenty to do if you’re a traveller in Pakistan. If you’re packing for a trip to Pakistan, ensure you take some of your best clubbing clothes as the clubs and bars of Pakistan offer some of the most revered dance parties on that side of the planet. The country itself is officially 'dry', but privately owned clubs like The Basement in Islamabad and other big cities like Lahore and Naran offer plenty of places to enjoy music, dancing and crowds. Take a chance to get some fresh air with a trek in the Margalla Hills and head to Pir Sohawa and the Pakistan Monument Museum for your dose of history. Our cheap flights to Pakistan will let you explore this fascinating country your way.
Flights from Australia to Pakistan disembark at a variety of major international hubs, including Jinnah International Airport Karachi (KHI), Islamabad International Airport (ISB), Allama Iqbal International Airport (LHE) and Bacha Khan International Airport (PEW). To get from the airport to your accommodation and city centre, a range of public transport and taxis are at your disposal. Most hotels and resorts will also offer a shuttle service. Speak to your Student Flights consultant for advice on private transfers.
Flights from Australia to Pakistan usually depart from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne as well as other services from most capital cities. A Sydney to Pakistan flight takes approximately 24 hours and stopovers are usually in Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, Bangkok or Dubai. During the flight, airlines will often provide drinks and meals as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Pakistan
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Pakistan:
Pakistan Holiday Packages
Travel along the Rawal Lake at sunset, spend the day at Daman-e-Koh, check out the Lok Virsa Museum and trek around the Mega Zone in Islamabad after dark – for a holiday package that packs in all of this and more, ask our experienced Student Flights travel consultants to get you the very best deals on cheap flights, accommodation and transfers.
Pakistan is about 1.5 the times the size of France, but that is where the similarities end. Located on the Arabian Sea, you will find India to the east and China to the northeast, if you’re looking to fit a visit to Pakistan neatly into a world tour. A day in Multan will introduce you to some of the most intricate architecture anywhere in Pakistan, and a visit to the Shrine of Shah Yusuf Gardezi is a must-see. Fort Kohna includes the ancient fort of Multan and the Monument of Van Alexander Agnew dates back more than 100 years to the days of the East India Compay. A visit to Karachi will allow you to take in the Mohatta Palace Museum and Frere Hall. Don’t miss Hilal Park and Mazar-E-Quaid after dark.
Pakistan offers visitors a smorgasboard of great food and fun travel adventures. For more about getting there and what to do, chat to our knowledgeable