UAE airplanes to Lahore have resumed following “positive developments” in Pakistan, the General Civil Aviation Authority has stated.
Pakistan’s airspace was closed on February 27 and parts of it were reopened on March 1, especially Karachi, Peshawar and Islamabad.
Now, airplanes to Lahore and Quetta have resumed, together with operations from the UAE.
A statement announced by the General Civil Aviation Authority said: “Due to the positive developments in Pakistan, the Civil Aviation Authority announces the resumption of flights from the UAE to Quetta and Lahore airports.”
Pakistan International Airlines declared on Twitter that it has restarted its routine flights to Lahore.