Thursday, July 7, 2022

Pakistan suspends international flight operation for two weeks

Pakistan suspends international flight operation for two weeks
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered the suspension of the international flight operation for two weeks amid the fears of spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has banned the international flight operation from March 21 to April 4. The ban will be applicable from 8pm tonight. The ban will be applicable to charter planes and commercial flights. However, foreign diplomats, special plane and cargo flights will be exempted from the ban. Earlier, the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had suspended all international flights for a week. The international flights will remain suspended from March 22 28. PIA Spokesman Abdullah Khan said that the international flights are being suspended on the orders of the federal government. He said that the domestic flights would continue. The spokesman said that customers should PIA Call Centre for booking and further information.