ISLAMABAD: Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has once again extended the last closure date of Pakistan’s Airspace by 15 days, barring Indian aircrafts to overfly Pakistan till the call for shutdown is lifted.
According to sources, CAA has issued a fresh notification in this regard. The CAA spokesperson that the decision will bar all Indian planes with overflying or transit within country’s airspace will remain suspended till July 12.
He added that operations will continue to work unaffected in the western sides of the airspace.
It is to be noted that Pakistan Airspace was previously too closed for 15 days.