The flight operation suspended on Lahore airport has been restored from 6 am this morning due to India’s tension.
According to the notification of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Pakistan, the flight operations of all the Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore have been restored and air operations have started again this morning.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, all air airlines have been informed about starting the operation.
According to the notification issued by the Civil Aviation Authority, the Domestic and International Flights has been rescheduled and the passengers have been instructed to call the 0215 helplines after getting the information done.
Remember that because of Pakistan-India tension, the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) had closed Pakistan’s air limits and airport commercial flights.
Last day, CAA restored the flight operations on the different Airports of Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta, while the flight operation on Multan airport is still suspended, which will be restored on a 4th of March.
Flight operation continues at the Baacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar and 2 international flights this morning reach Peshawar from Bahrain.
According to Peshawar airport officials, two flights from Jeddah and one flight from Doha will reach. While 2 flights from Karachi will also be routine.