Airport profile: Alama Iqbal International
Alama Iqbal International is an airport located in Pakistan and identified by the IATA code LHE and the ICAO code OPLA. The airport is involved in 196 fights covering 63 routes, of which 16 routes directed toward national destinations and 47 toward international destinations. The total number of airports connected by direct flights to the airport Alama Iqbal International is about 34. The routes from the airport are about 31 and the most frequent are directed to the following cities: Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Jeddah, Karachi, Muscat, Dubai, Kuwait City, Quetta, Manama, Dammam, Doha, Ras Al Khaimah, New Delhi, Sukkur, Mashad. The best-served countries by flights departing from the airport are: United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Canada, Denmark, France, United Kingdom, India, Iran, Italy, Kuwait. The major airlines companies that operate at the airport are: Pakistan Int. Airlines, Shaheen Air International, AirBlue, Air Indus, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways. The longest flight departing from Alama Iqbal International connects it to the airport Lester B. Pearson International (Toronto), 11247 km away, while the shortest flight connects it to Sialkot International (Sialkot), 109 km away. Next you will find some tables showing the most significant data about the airport, among which flight status (in certain cases even real-time departure / arrival information), airport map, information about parking and hotels near the airport, solutions for airport transfers (train, bus, tube, taxi, shuttle, underground). In the table "Airline Companies", click on the icons to discover all inbound and outbound flights from Alama Iqbal International or use the search form to discover all flights departing or arriving to the airport.
Major airlines operating at LHE
LHE: best linked countries
- United Arab EmiratesBahrainCanadaDenmarkFranceUnited KingdomIndiaIranItalyKuwait
LHE: best linked cities
- Abu DhabiRiyadhJeddahKarachiMuscatDubaiKuwait CityQuettaManamaDammam