“Government of Pakistan has authorised international passenger and charter flights to/from all international airport of Pakistan except Gwadar and Turbat airport in accordance with restrictions/limitations for scheduled international flight operations as approved by the competent authority,” a NOTAM from the Civi Aviation Authority (CAA) issued on Friday learn.
It added that slot timings as determined by the authority shall be strictly adopted with adequate separation between arrival/departures to make sure compliance with well being protocols.
“Cargo, special and diplomatic flights shall continue to be authorized as per procedure in-vogue,” the CAA mentioned, including that authorisations granted completely for outbound worldwide passenger flight operation shall stop with impact from June 24, 2020.
“All airlines/operators shall be required to adhere to the applicable respective standard operating procedures issued,” it added.
The event comes just a few days after Particular Assistant to Prime Minister Zulfi Bukhari had apprised the federal cupboard on the plight of abroad Pakistanis.
In keeping with sources, Bukhari, in a cupboard assembly, mentioned that just about 200,000 Pakistanis abroad have change into unemployed.
The Ministry of Abroad Pakistanis, in a Twitter put up, introduced the resumption of flights on all airports, besides Gawadar and Turbat.
“Government of Pakistan has authorized International Flight Operations to/from All International Airports of Pakistan except Gwadar and Turbat airports, with effect from June 20, 2020,” it mentioned.
[Breaking] Govt of Pakistan has approved Worldwide Flight Operations to/from All Worldwide Airports of Pakistan besides Gwadar and Turbat airports, with impact from June 20, 2020, 0001 PST #mophrd
— Ministry of Abroad Pakistanis & HRD ?? (@mophrd) June 19, 2020