Named after Muhammad Al Jinnah the founder of Pakistan, Jinnah International Airport is Pakistan's largest airport.
Located in Karachi - Pakistan's largest city, main seaport and financial capital, the airport is one of the most important aviation destinations in South Asia, handling more than 12 million passengers annually.
Jinnah International was opened in 1992 at the cost of over US $100 million - making it the most expensive construction project completed in Pakistan at the time.
Not only does the airport service both domestic and international flights as well as cargo and haulage flights, but it is the base of operations for the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan.
Jinnah airport has one main terminal that is divided into two concourses, the east which is used for international flights and the west which is used for domestic flights.
Facilities at the airport include multiple lounges, shopping outlets, mobile recharging points and eateries.