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Vision Air International

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Vision Air International
IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsJinnah International Airport
Focus citiesAllama Iqbal International Airport
Islamabad International Airport
Dubai International Airport
Faisalabad International Airport
Fleet size6
HeadquartersKarachi, Pakistan
Key peopleCapt. Aijaz Ali Faizi (Chief Executive)

Vision Air International is a passenger and cargo charter airline based at Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, Pakistan. Vision Air International registered as a Private Limited Company in June 2006 and in 2007 had already acquired its Air Charter License for Passenger and Cargo, Domestic and International operations. Having initially operated Boeing 737-200 and -300 passenger aircraft Vision is now primarily focused on air cargo and operates Boeing 737 freighter aircraft. Vision transports the majority of Pakistan’s air courier material on its nightly scheduled flights internally within Pakistan.[1]


Vision Air International was founded in May 2006 and received a charter Class II licence from the Government of Pakistan on 15 February 2007.[citation needed]. The company received an Air Operator Certificate on 20 November 2008.[citation needed] On 2 December 2008, the airline operated its first commercial flight, from Dubai to Irbil. For a very limited time Vision Air International flew Boeing 747-300 and Antonov An-12.


As of January 2019 the Vision Air fleet includes the following aircraft:[2]

Vision Air International Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Notes
Boeing 737-200 2 0 Phased Out
Boeing 737-300 3 0 Cargo
Boeing 737-500 1 0 VIP
Total 6 0

Previously operated[edit]

  • Boeing 747-300
  • Antonov An-12


  1. "Vision Air International - CEO Message". www.visionairintl.com. Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  2. http://www.visionairintl.com/aircraft.html

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