The airport caters both International & Domestic flights. It is situated 12 km North
West of the city. Quetta is the provincial capital and the largest city of Baluchistan
province. It is also known as the Fruit Garden of Pakistan. The immediate area has
long been one of pastures and mountains with varied plants and animals relative
to the dry plains to the west. The famous places include Kandahari Bazaar, Liaqat
Bazaar, Suraj Gang Bazaar, Hazarganji Chiltan National Park, Hana Lake and the museum.
Quetta has a high semi-arid climate with significant variation between summer and
winter temperatures. Local rickshaws and taxi cabs connect the airport to the city.
A few moderate to cheap hotels are available. The Airport operates on a flight schedule