Flights to Karachi
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More Information about Karachi
Flights into Karachi will disembark at Jinnah International Airport.
Jinnah International Airport (KHI) is Pakistan's largest international and domestic airport and serves as the primary hub of Pakistan International Airlines. Named after Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, the airport is capable of handling up to 12 million passengers a year.
A constantly buzzing metropolis with a mix of old and new, Pakistan's biggest city can teach you more about the country's culture and history than anywhere else in the country.
With a personality and energy quite different to the rest of Pakistan, Karachi might give you a surprise upon arrival. Unlike other Pakistani cities, Karachi blends Middle Eastern, Central Asian, South Asian and Western influences to produce a truly unique culture, while also providing a platform for its status as a major international business centre.
About two hours out of the city is the historically significant town of Thatta, home to the World Heritage Listed site of Makli Hill. This was supposedly the burial place of 125,000 rulers, Sufi saints and other culturally significant figures. This intriguing necropolis accommodates countless impressive tombs and mausoleums and is well worth a visit.
In stark contrast to the ancient historical side of Karachi is the recently built Atrium Mall and Cinemas in the heart of the city. This ultramodern, impeccably maintained complex offers state-of-the-art 3D cinemas and a huge array of shops and food outlets, and is a proud symbol of the city's ongoing progress and development.
The average maximum temperature for Karachi ranges between 26 and 35 degrees. The hottest month is June with an average temperature of 32 degrees and the coldest month is January with an average temperature of 19 degrees.
The average annual rainfall for Karachi, Pakistan, is 194mm of precipitation.
The wettest month with the highest rainfall is July, with 82mm of precipitation. The driest month with the lowest rainfall is May, with 1mm of precipitation.
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