Chief Minister allows special flight to repatriate KPK citizens stuck in Gulf countries
PESHAWAR: In an important step to combat the coronavirus situation, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, at a special request, allowed flights from Gulf countries reaching Peshawar Aiport to resume.
This was said to be an important step taken for the citizens of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who were stranded abroad.
Repriatrating Khyber Pakhtunkhwa citizens in Saudi Arabia will start from June 1, according to the Chief Minister.
He added that a Saudi Airline plane carrying 250 passengers will land at Peshawar Aiport on June 1.
A flight will be operated from Peshawar Aiport to return citizens of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa residing in Gulf countries.