Pakistan allows two special flights from Muscat
Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) has allowed two flights from Muscat to land in Pakistan.
According to details, the Civil Aviation Authority has granted permission to a foreign airline to fly from Muscat to Islamabad on May 23 and 24.
The foreign airline will bring passengers from Muscat to Islamabad on May 23 and the passengers will leave Islamabad for Muscat on May 23.
On May 24, Pakistani passengers will be brought to Islamabad from Muscat, while the ferry will return from Islamabad.
A320 aircraft will be used for these special flights.
Due to Covid-19, Foreign Ministry along with Civil Aviation Authority has been active in arranging special flights from PIA and from foreign airline to assist Pakistani passengers stranded abroad or for foreigners stranded in Pakistan.
Moreover, to further assist local passengers, the government has also allowed the resumption of limited domestic flight operations in the country.