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Pakistan airspace won't reopen for Indian flights for atleast 2 more weeks

Devdiscourse News Desk | Lahore | Updated: 15-05-2019 17:42 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 17:36 IST
Pakistan airspace won't reopen for Indian flights for atleast 2 more weeks
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Pakistan's airspace will remain shut for Indian flights till May 30, a senior official has said. Pakistan fully closed its airspace after an Indian Air Force strike on a terror camp in Balakot on February 26. However, Pakistan on March 27, opened its airspace for all flights except for New Delhi, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur.

Pakistan in mid-April had opened one of its 11 air routes for west-bound flights from India and airlines such as Air India and Turkish Airlines have started using it. The operating cost for Air India, which flies to destinations in Europe and the US, reportedly has increased significantly as it had to take longer routes due to the closure of Pakistan airspace.



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