Emirates Airline said on Monday that it was strengthened its commitment to Pakistan by adding a fifth daily flights to Karachi and from the city of Karachi.
Effective August 1, the airline will be operating to Jinnah International Airport in Karachi five times a day.
The Dubai carrier said the move reinforced its presence in the Pakistani landscape and provided passengers with "more flexibility and options" when travelling to the country's commercial hub.
It added that it planned further improvements to its services to Pakistan in the future.
"This is very exciting news for us as Karachi was the inaugural destination of Emirates when the airline began operations in 1985," said Badr Abbas, vice president Pakistan & Afghanistan, commenting on the development.
"Today we are proud to have announced a fifth daily flight to Karachi in a move to better serve our Pakistani passengers and strengthen the historic relationship between Pakistan and UAE.
"We hope to continue on this path by further expanding our services in Pakistan and are grateful to all the relevant government and aviation authorities for making this possible."
Karachi is known as the financial capital of Pakistan and the additional flight will also boost economic activity by providing increased cargo capacity for popular Pakistani exports to many destinations on Emirates' global network.
In the past six months, Emirates said it has experienced robust growth and increased its presence in Northern Pakistan by starting additional flights to Peshawar, Lahore and Islamabad.
Starting August, Emirates will be operating 54 weekly flights to and from four cities in Pakistan – Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar – of which two frequencies are subject to Government approval.