Pakistan to Extend Airspace Ban for Indian Flights Until May 30 – Reports

Pakistani authorities have decided to extend the ban on the use of its airspace for Indian commercial flights until May 30, the Press Trust of India news outlet reported on Thursday citing a senior government official. According to the unnamed official, this decision does not exclude the possibility of extending the ban in the future.

In February, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the closure of the country’s airspace for commercial flights. The decision was taken after the Pakistani army downed two Indian military jets that had crossed the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region. Read More

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