Air India Experiences Rs6billion Losses Due to Pakistan’s Airspace Closure

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Air India had to experience a loss worth billions owing to Pakistan’s airspace closure.

As per the details, Air India has to suffer a loss of Rs6billion rupees since the 16th of March owing to the suspension of the airspace of Pakistan.

The flights have to travel through Gujrat and the Arabian Sea for reaching Europe and America. This has been the major reason for the losses incurred by Air India. Not just that, the flights of Air India have to land at Sharjah and Vienna for refueling.

The distance of India with the Western nations has surged by 4 more hours owing to the closure of the airspace of Pakistan. This has resulted in giving tough time to the passengers as well.

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Additionally, as per the reports of Indian media, the two international airplanes narrowly missed a crash last week in the airspace of Mumbai.

The airspace pf Pakistan was suspended on the 26th of February and 27th February and flight operations were halted in the nation, owing to the rise in tensions with the neighboring country—India.

The Air Force of Pakistan downed two Indian jets after they entered into the airspace of Pakistan. All local and international flights were suspended at the airports of the country since then.

As per the Indian media, the flights in Occupied Kashmir and the Punjab of India having borders with Pakistan were also suspended.

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