CAA allows Airblue to operate seven special flights from UAE
The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan has allowed Airblue airline to bring back stranded Pakistanis from the UAE.
According to details, the CAA has allowed Airblue airline to operate seven special flights from the United Arab Emirates between July 1 and July 5.
These flights will leave for the UAE without passengers and would only bring back the Pakistanis stranded in the UAE.
It may be mentioned that the UAE has banned all flights carrying passengers from Pakistan due to the rise in the coronavirus cases.
All the UAE-based airlines had already suspended flights to and from Pakistan including Emirates, Etihad, FlyDubai and AirArabia and are in discussion to formalise a coronavirus testing policy before resuming the flight operations.