British Airways may resume Pakistan flights from August

ISLAMABAD: The British Airways has planned to restore Pakistan flights from August after suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The airlines, in a letter penned to the Islamabad airport manager, has sought details of arrangements before the resumption of flight operations.

The authorities have been asked to give details about cleanness arrangements at the airport and facilities available there to ensure the safe landing of planes.

“Ensure that fixed bridges connected with the planes are safe to use,” the letter read. 

British Airways is likely to operate three flights for Islamabad weekly.

It may be mentioned that after a long gap of 10 years, the first flight of British Airways, BAW-261, had landed at Islamabad International Airport from Heathrow, with 240 passengers on board, on June 3, 2019.

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