It has been announced by Emirates that it is temporarily suspending passenger services from Pakistan. Emirates was operating flights from Pakistan to Dubai that were resumed after two months of travel restrictions that were imposed amidst the coronavirus pandemic. But now against, Emirates has announced that it is halting passenger services from Pakistan.
An airline spokesperson in a press released said, “We regret to temporarily suspend passenger services from Pakistan, from 24 June 04:00 Pakistan LT, until early next week.”
Adding, “In the meantime, Emirates will continue to operate repatriation flights into Pakistan as per the announced schedule, and continue to operate cargo services that support the trade and movement of goods between Pakistan, UAE, and our global network.”
Furthermore, the press release said, “We remain in contact with the relevant authorities on requirements to resume services for travelers, and look forward to operating our flights again soon. Affected customers will be contacted directly by our service team. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.”
In an earlier article, we informed our readers about the announcement by Emirates regarding its starting scheduled flight operations from Sialkot starting from June 24. It would be the fourth destination in Pakistan for the Dubai-based airline following Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.