European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has turned its decision to suspend flight operation of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) for 6 months and permitted the PIA to continue operating flights till July 3.
The turned decision was announced by the European Union aviation authority after the efforts of the foreign secretary who has immediately contacted ambassadors in all EU states after the suspension order for the PIA’s flight operation by EASA.
EASA has given permission to Pakistan International Airline for operating flights in the countries for a short period until July 3.
Abdullah Khan, The PIA spokesperson said that the Pakistan International airline was allowed to land and overflying in United Kingdom (UK) and European countries till further orders.
The spokesperson further added that , Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ambassadors were in contact with EU officials to remove their concerns. The flights between Islamabad and London will be operated as per routine, whereas, more flight schedule will be announced shortly.
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