Flight Schedule for Hajj 2023: According to the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the much-anticipated flight operations for the government’s Hajj program will start on May 21. The flight schedule, which lists the dates that various cities depart, was just made public by the Ministry.
The first Hajj planes will depart from Islamabad, Lahore, and Karachi on May 21, according to a representative for the Ministry. The first Hajj flight will take off from Sialkot on May 22. Multan and Quetta will follow on May 23 and 24, respectively.
The first Hajj flight will depart from Rahim Yar Khan on June 6, while the first flights from Sukkur will depart on June 7. On June 20, the final Hajj flights from Pakistan are expect to leave.
The Ministry of Religious Affairs has been informing pilgrims about flight information via the official website and SMS notifications to ensure they are all informed.
Meningitis, influenza, and polio vaccination campaigns have also started in the pilgrim camps.
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has set up free Coronavirus vaccine counters throughout the Hajj camps as a preventative step due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.