A day after Pakistan lifted the ban on its airspace, Thai Airways International has resumed flight operations in the country.
The airline will resume its flight operations flying from Lahore and Islamabad to Bangkok and beyond three days a week. Today, the flight operation officially resumed of Thai Airways as the first flight landed at Islamabad Airport after a five-month break.
Pakistan Civil Aviation Division senior officials and the Station Manager of Thai Airways welcomed the travelers and the staff upon landing at the Islamabad International Airport.
On the occasion, the Special Assistant to PM on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfiqar Hussain Bukhari was also present. He congratulated the airline’s management and appreciated the part played by them in boosting the tourism industry in the country.
He said, “Thai Airways has always played an important role to promote tourism, and its resumption of flight operation from Islamabad/Lahore to Bangkok will further bolster bilateral relations and particularly tourism.”
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Back in February, the airline temporarily closed its operation following Pakistan’s closure of its airspace as India tried to violate Pakistan’s airspace.
Also, the affordable Malaysian airline carrier ‘Malindo Air’ resumed operations to and from Pakistan as the airspace ban ended.