Saudi Arabia has put an end to the condition applied on the hajj pilgrims to show immigration landing card.
In order to provide ease to the Hajj pilgrims, this condition came to an end by the Saudi aviation authority and they asked each and every airline in the world to remove the condition including Pakistan.
An official notification has been issued by the (GACA) General Authority of Civil Aviation regarding the abolishment of this condition according to which none of the Hajj pilgrims will now have to submit the landing card of immigration when they reach the Jeddah airport.
The Hajj flight operations in Pakistan would be commencing from July 4th.
Radio Pakistan reports that the spokesperson Imran Siddiqui of Ministry of Religious Affairs stated that this year the hajj flight operations would start from Quetta on the 7th of July and the pilgrim’s present in Baluchistan would be shifted to Karachi and Multan so that their onward journey to the holy land in Saudi Arabia could be started.
The spokesperson further added that all the arrangements are already made in Makkah and Madinah for the comfort of the Hajj pilgrims.