Pakistani carrier Airblue is looking to add more widebody aircraft to its fleet and launch more long-haul services.
The airline is looking at Airbus A330s or more A340-300s and services to destinations such as London, Oslo and Chicago, says its general manager for commercial Raheel Ahmed.
He did not, however, provide a timeline as to when it will receive the aircraft or launch those services.
Airblue added two A340s to its fleet last year, which are used on services to Manchester.
Raheel also confirmed that the airline will receive two A320 aircraft, which are on lease from AWAS, in late 2013 and early 2014. They will replace the two A319s it has on lease.
In addition, the carrier launched twice weekly services to Rahim Yar Khan, in the Punjab province, from Karachi and Islamabad on 9 April.
Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that Airblue operates an all-Airbus fleet of eight aircraft, including two A320s and four A319s.