Pakistan to partially resume international flight operations on ‘a flight per day’ basis – Research Snipers

Pakistan to partially resume international flight operations on ‘a flight per day’ basis

It has been reported by a Pakistani media outlet that the international flight operations may be allowed by the government of Pakistan soon.

The report by the media outlet claimed that as many as 29 international airlines are soon to get permission to resume their international flight operations.

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It said that at least 25 international airlines are ready to resume their flight operations among the 29 who are tipped to get the formal approval from their respective countries and others. According to the details, an international flight per day might get allowed to land in Pakistan by the authorities.

If the action is allowed by the aviation authorities, international flights will also be able to take one flight of passengers per day from Pakistan.

On the other hand, the authorities of the Pakistan Railways have decided to restore five more trains from June 1st under the designed standard operating procedures (SOPs) due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the country.

According to the official notification issued by the Pakistan Railways, Sir Syed Express, Rehman Baba Express, Hazara Express, Karachi Express, and Shalimar Express will resume their operations from June 1.

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