A new schedule has been released by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) for operating relief flights to bring back the stuck Pakistanis in foreign lands.
Four international flights will operate from 6th May to 14th May. The first flight will depart from Amsterdam, Netherlands and will land in Islamabad after bringing back the stranded nationals.
On 8th May, a relief flight will depart from Frankfurt in Germany and land in Islamabad with Pakistani nationals on board.
A third PIA flight will depart from Oslo in Norway on 11th May and bring back Pakistanis to Islamabad.
The fourth special flight will operate from France, Paris on 14th May to bring back the trapped nationals.
The government is continuing with operating special flights to bring back the trapped Pakistanis in various countries due to flight suspension amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It is pertinent to mention here that earlier 150 Pakistanis stuck in Bahrain due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and suspension of flights returned home through a special PIA flight PK-8282.
In another article, we informed our readers that the National flag carrier completed all its preparations as it operated 12 flights to the United States of America. The authority of the American airport has distributed slots for the PIA’s special flights.