After success in controlling COVID-19 outbreak, The Saudi Arabia has lifted ban on international flights coming from Pakistan.
In a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen), the Saudi Arabia government has banned all flights coming from India, Brazil and Argentine over their failure to control coronavirus outbreak.
The NOTAM reads that “We cannot risk lives of our citizens by allowing flights from India, Brazil and Argentine”,
Meanwhile, the Kingdom has lifted travel restrictions from Pakistan after it managed to contain spread of COVID-19 in the country.
The Kingdom on September 13, had decided to lift travel restriction in the kingdom from 01 January 2021, imposed earlier owing to coronavirus pandemic.
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