Dear Riders, Hope you are keeping safe. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact people globally, we have decided to keep our services suspended till December 31st, 2020. Our decision is anchored on our commitment to keep the health and safety of our customers first. Pakistan continues to record an increasing number of Covid-19 cases […]
Dear Customers, Since we have communicated our decision to keep transit services suspended for the next two months, we have received a significant number of requests to refund ALC balances. We stand by our decision to not resume services right now, as we believe Covid-19 remains a threat in enclosed spaces such as buses and vans. […]
We have some news regarding resumption of services. Read on to learn more.
Launching Airlift Relief Fund to gather donations* to help those most affected by COVID-19. *Note: We’ve partnered with NGOs and medical centers to ensure that all funds will be distributed with complete transparency. How are we helping people with these funds? (i) Distributing monthly ration packs to marginalized communities: We have partnered with NGOs in […]
Here you will find answers to your Questions about the Temporary Suspension of Airlift’s Service
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Pakistan, in the interest of the health and safety of our passengers, Airlift has decided to temporarily suspend operations until May 31st, 2020. Airlift will, therefore, not be operating in Lahore and in Karachi — this is our attempt to flatten the curve and to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Given the Covid-19 threat, individuals and businesses need to put the collective interest above individual preferences. In other countries, governments have either shut down public transport, or have banned the use of cash.
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we wanted to share how Airlift is taking preventative measures to ensure the safety of our riders and pilots. We’re here to assure you that rider and pilot safety remains our top priority.