The affordable Malaysian airline carrier ‘Malindo Air’ has restarted operations to and from Pakistan. As the airspace ban has ended in Pakistan by the authorities following 5 months closure, now Malindo Air has resumed operations in the country.
From 18th July, the airline will start its five weekly flights to and from Lahore.
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The official statement states that the travelers who purchased tickets to or from Lahore from 28 February to 18 July can alter the dates subject to certain terms and conditions.
On the airline’s official website and the ticketing counters, the flight schedules and ticket information for Lahore have been updated.
In late February the airspace ban was enforced due to the tensions between Pakistan and India. Following the Pulwama Attack in the Indian Occupied Kashmir, India violated Pakistan’s airspace. Due to this, Pakistan enforced a partial airspace ban which has now been lifted.
It is a healthy sign that not just flights are resuming operations in Pakistan but new flights also entering the Pakistani market. Recently British Airways also resumed operations in the country.
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