Pakistan resumes its international flight operations from today (June 20), reported Friday by the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis.
That applies to all of the country’s international airports, except Gwadar and Turbat.
Earlier, Prime Minister Zulfi Bukhari’s Special Assistant had taught the federal cabinet about the plight of Pakistanis from overseas.
The ministry has tweeted that conditions and limitations would apply to this permit for international flights, depending on the coronavirus situation.
As per the earlier procedure, freight, special and diplomatic flights will continue to be authorised.
All airlines are obliged to follow standard operating procedures applicable.