|Service type||Inter-city rail, Mail express|
|Distance travelled||1,362 kilometres (846 mi)|
|Average journey time||25 hours|
|Catering facilities||Not available|
The Allama Iqbal Express (Urdu: ) is a passenger train operated daily by Pakistan Railways between Karachi and Sialkot, two important industrial hubs of Pakistan. The trip takes approximately 25 hours and 30 minutes to cover a published distance of 1,362 kilometres (846 mi), traveling along the Karachi-Peshawar Railway Line, Shahdara Bagh-Chak Amru Branch Line and Wazirabad-Narowal Branch Line.
The Allama Iqbal Express is one of the oldest express trains of Pakistan, beginning in 1940 as the Shaheen Express from Karachi to Sialkot via Faisalabad. In 1985, Shaheen Express was renamed to Allama Iqbal Express, in honor of Pakistan's famous poet Dr. Muhammad Iqbal.
The train consists of 16 Economy, 1 Power van and 1 Luggage van coaches. The train runs completely on Diesel Traction.