Three special PIA flights to bring back Pakistanis stranded in Iraq ahead of Eid-ul-Azha

Pakistan International Airlines announced that “three special flights are expected to leave for Iraq later this month to bring back Pakistanis stuck in Iraq ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.”
A spokesperson for PIA said that we are working our best to bring back Pakistanis from different counties and that why we have scheduled three special flights that will be bringing people from Iraq to Islamabad.
The Pakistanis stuck in Iraq will be brought back that they can celebrate Eid-ul-Azha with their family.
The spokesperson said a flight will be traveling from the Iraqi city of Erbil to Islamabad which will be departing on the 21st of July while the other two will coming from Baghdad to Islamabad on the 22nd of July and 28th of July.
The PIA representatives said the people who want to get on the flight have to purchase a ticket from the airline’s office, website, or travel agents and people can also contact them for further assistance.

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