IndiGo Flights to Operate Normally as Pakistan Opens Airspace For Civilian Traffic

The IndiGo flights will now operate normally with all regulatory clearances by the concerned authorities as Pakistan has opened the airspace for Indian flights, the company stated on Tuesday. “We are pleased with the latest development relating to the opening of the Pakistan airspace as announced today,” said the airline.

India’s largest airline by domestic market share, IndiGo was unable to start direct flights from Delhi to Istanbul due to the closure of the Pakistan airspace. The Delhi-Istanbul flight was started by the low-cost carrier in the month of March.

Till date, this IndiGo flight had to take the longer route over the Arabian Sea and make a stop at Doha in Qatar for refuelling. With the closure of the Pakistan airspace,

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