On 24 June, Emirates suspended their flights from Pakistan. At a later date, the airline will release a new timetable for passenger flights.
It will however continue its cargo service between the UAE and Pakistan. The airline announced that the problem of transportation of passengers from Pakistan would continue to be in regular communication with the authority concerned.
The spokeswoman for Emirates apologized to her passengers on behalf of the airline and hoped that flights would be restored shortly.
Meanwhile, Etihad Airways has also suspended its outgoing flights but flights will resume from Abu Dhabi to Pakistan. Cargo flights will also continue bilateral operations. The airline also said it is actively tracking flights to Pakistan.
It has instructed passengers when purchasing tickets to enter their information in the PNR. Passengers will re-book or return tickets under the policy of returning the tickets.
As of June 25, Fly Dubai ‘s operations from Pakistan to Dubai were also suspended, while its flights from Karachi to Lahore and Islamabad were also canceled.
The airline said the flights booked would be refunded in accordance with its procedure.