The first flight carrying stranded Pakistanis from Balochistan arrived Wednesday in Quetta. On the flight, 165 stranded Pakistanis hailed from Balochistan.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, after orders from the federal government, flight operations were resumed amid coronavirus SOPs and precautionary steps.
The total number of passengers also included six cabin crew members on the Air Arabia flight.
Upon arrival, the passengers searched for the novel coronavirus with thermal scanners and checked. There is also a detailed disinfection of the airport before and after every flight landings.
Earlier this month, Pakistan resumed its international flight operations to get people trapped abroad back as soon as possible.