ISLAMABAD: Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has extended the last closure date of Pakistan’s Airspace by 15 days till June 28, barring Indian aircraft to overfly Pakistan till the call for shutdown is lifted.
According to CAA spokesperson, overflying or transit within country’s airspace will remain suspended till June 28, however, operations will continue to work unaffected in the eastern and western sides of the airspace.
Flights from Lahore to Delhi, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sri Lanka and Ürümqi will remain suspended until the decision is overturned.
CAA has also issued a notification regarding its decision of giving an extension.
It is to be noted that Pakistan Airspace was previously closed for 14 days by CAA.