Pakistan has extended the ban on the inbound flights of the private and chartered planes until April 11 owing to the coronavirus crisis, as per the reports of local media.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has also issued a NOTAM to extend the suspension of the inbound flight operations of all the international passengers, private and chartered planes.
It further read that the cargo planes and the special flight for the diplomats, the special flights for the stranded Pakistanis from foreign nations would be offered exemptions from these bars.
The aviation authority has given directives that all the inbound flights would be subjected to extensive checking for the COVID-19 as per the defined protocols which include the swab test, screening and quarantine according to the advice of the health professionals.
On the other hand, as per the latest the government of Balochistan has taken the decision of extending the lockdown until the 21st of this month amid the coronavirus crisis.
All the provinces of the country are actively engaged in taking all such measures that might assit in curbing the spread of the global epidemic, COVID-19.