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Umrah Packages 2019

Umrah Packages 2019
Pakistan International Airlines Baggage Allowance Carry-on Baggage The PIA baggage allowance for passengers flying in Economy Class and Economy Plus to bring one item of carry-on baggage with them on the plane. This baggage must not weigh more than 7kg and be no bigger than 115cm overall. Checked Baggage For domestic flights, the baggage allowance is one piece of luggage weighing no more than 20kg per passenger and for Business Plus, two pieces per passenger with a total weight of two pieces not exceeding 30kg. Excess Baggage As of 1st April 2019, PIA announced their increased charges for excess baggage. Check-In Information of PIA Online Check-In PIA travelers needing to online Check-In can do as such through the Pakistan International Airlines web Check in page and entering your PNR or booking reference and your check in is accessible from 24 hours before your trip as of recently previously. Airport Check-In Here’s what PIA flight offers:

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