The British Airways has planned to resume Pakistan flights from August after they got suspended amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as per the reports of local media.
The airlines in a letter that was written to the airport manager of Islamabad, has asked for the details of the arrangements before the flight operations are resumed.
The authorities have been told to provide the details about the cleanliness arrangements at the airport and the facilities that are available there for ensuring the safe landing of its planes.
The British Airways would be operating weekly 3 flights for the federal capital as informed by the sources aware of the development.
It is pertinent to that after the long gap of ten years, the first flight of the British Airways, BAW-261 had landed at the Islamabad International Airport from Heathrow, carrying 240 passengers onboard on the 3rd of June, 2019.
Customers who would be landing into London could connect on the network of the British Airways which includes more than 30 destinations across North America, with more than 70 flights per day to the United States via the joint business of the airline with American Airlines. Customers could also connect to more than 30 nations in Europe.