ISLAMABAD: All international flight operations across the country will resume as normal from August 9, 2020 according to a NOTAM (notice to airmen) issued by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The NOTAM states that the Government of Pakistan has allowed all international flight operations to resume to and from all airports across the country as available before the COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown to curb the spread of the virus.
Furthermore, these international flights will be conducted in accordance with established standard operating procedures (SOPs) and guidelines issued by the government.
International cargo and special flight operations have also been allowed to and from Pakistan following strict implementation of SOPs.
Here is a copy of the NOTAM issued by the CAA:
Yesterday, CAA resumed normal domestic flight operations across all airports in the country except Turbat, Pangjur, Dalbadin, Zhob, Pasni, Moenjodaro, Nawabshah and Bahawalpur airports.
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