Pakistan Opens Airspace


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  • Pakistan Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike

    Pakistan Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike

    Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on Tuesday morning, removing the ban on Indian flights that were not allowed to use majority of its airspace since the Balakot air strikes in February. The move is expected to give relief to Air India, which had to re-route its international flights due to the closure of Pakistani airspace.

  • Air Canada Resumes Flights To India As Pakistan Opens Airspace Today

    Air Canada Resumes Flights To India As Pakistan Opens Airspace Today

    Amid escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, Air Canada on Wednesday temporarily suspended its flight services to India, following a decision by the Pakistan government to close its airspace.

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'Pakistan Opens Airspace' - 2 News Result(s)

  • Pakistan Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike

    Pakistan Opens Its Airspace, Closed Since Balakot Strike

    Pakistan opened its airspace for all civilian traffic on Tuesday morning, removing the ban on Indian flights that were not allowed to use majority of its airspace since the Balakot air strikes in February. The move is expected to give relief to Air India, which had to re-route its international flights due to the closure of Pakistani airspace.

  • Air Canada Resumes Flights To India As Pakistan Opens Airspace Today

    Air Canada Resumes Flights To India As Pakistan Opens Airspace Today

    Amid escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, Air Canada on Wednesday temporarily suspended its flight services to India, following a decision by the Pakistan government to close its airspace.

'Pakistan Opens Airspace' - 1 Video Result(s)

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