Relief Flight Brings back 225 Pakistanis from Dubai

Foreign airlines sent a special flight to Pakistan which carried 225 Pakistanis who were stuck in Dubai as the flight operations got suspended due to the spread of pandemic disease all over the globe.

 Emirates aircraft EK-815 carrying 225 Pakistani passengers from Dubai landed at Bacha Khan Airport Peshawar after getting permission from the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority).

After the arrival of the flight, all the passengers went through screening and medical check-ups, and now all these returnees will be sent to the quarantine centers by the airport authorities.

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Institutions including CAA and the Personnel of ASF (Airports Security Force) saluted the doctors and the paramedical staff at the airport for helping people in rough times.

On Friday, another special flight of PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) landed in Islamabad bringing 254 Pakistani passengers from Saudi Arabia.

PIA’s Aircraft 702 bought 254 passengers to Islamabad airport from Riyadh. All passengers were checked up and screened by the doctors at the airport.

 Every passenger has been sent to the quarantine facility and their samples have been taken to be tested. Passengers testing negative with coronavirus will be allowed to go to their homes.

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