Pakistan lifts ban that was imposed on March 21 to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Flights will resume from midnight.
Pakistan on Friday further eased COVID-19 restrictions on the aviation sector to allow outbound international flights.Regular flight operations to foreign destinations, which were suspended on March 21 to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, are to resume from midnight. A spokesman for the aviation ministry said local and foreign airlines will be allowed to operate from all international airports of Pakistan with the exception of those in Gwadar and Turbat, located in restive Balochistan province. Pakistan lifts ban and the airlines have been instructed to adhere to the restrictions of destination countries and e…Read More