Pakistan Extends Airspace Ban for Indian Carriers to 12 July


Pakistan and India closed their airspace to each other following a pre-dawn airstrike by the Indian Air Force (IAF) on an alleged terror camp in the Balakot region of Pakistan on 26 February. India has reopened airspace to Pakistani air carriers in May this year.

The Pakistan government has decided to prolong the ban on India using its airspace for commercial flights until 12 July. A notice was issued by the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) that overflights in Pakistan’s airspace for nine eastern routes to and from India are to remain closed for another fortnight.

The two routes in South Pakistan that the country opened for flights to and from India in April, will remain functional. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the closure of the country’s airspace for commercial flights in February of this year Read More

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