Pakistan will be resuming their international flight operation on June 20 according to the announcement done by Ministry of Overseas
This result comes a few days after Special Assistant to Prime Minister had briefed the federal cabinet on the condition of the overseas Pakistanis.
According to sources, Bukhari in a cabinet meeting said that nearly 200,000 Pakistanis have been unemployed.
The Ministry of Overseas, in a Twitter post, announced the reopening of flights on all airports except Gawadar and Turbat.
The Tweet said, “Government of Pakistan has authorized International Flight Operations to/from All International Airports except Gwadar and Turbat airports with effect from June 20, 2020.”
The Civil Aviation Authority also announced the reopening of flights but also said that following standard operating procedures shall be mandatory for all airline operators.
They said that the flights will be subjected to applicable restrictions and limitations.
They also said that “The permission for International Flight Operations shall be subjected to applicable restrictions and limitations as decided by the Competent Authority from time to time in light of the current COVID-19 scenario and implementation of Health Protocols.”
On Wednesday Special Assistant to Prime Minister Moeed Yusuf said that from June 20 around 45,000 international passengers will be brought back each week.
The SAPM on national security said that as promised by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the government has made the arrangements for the overseas Pakistanis awaiting repatriation.
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