Pakistan airspace re-opened to Afghan flights between Kabul and New Delhi

Pakistan’s airspace of Pakistan was re-opened to Afghan flights between Kabul and New Delhi more than months after Pakistan closed its airspace following a dog-fight between the Indian and Pakistani air forces late in February that ensued after the alleged bombing of Jaish-e-Mohammad sanctuaries by Indian air force.

The President Information Coordination Center confirmed late this evening that the airspace of Pakistan was re-opened to Afghan flights after continuous efforts of the leadership of the government of national unity.

According to a brief statement posted on Twitter by Presidential Information Coordination Center, the fare of ticket between Kabul and Delhi has once again dropped to 160 US Dollars after the opening of the airspace of Pakistan.

This comes as flights between Kabul and New Delhi were taking place via Iranian airspace ahead of the opening of Pakistani airspace which was costing the passengers a hefty amount besides taking almost five hours of flight to travel between the two destinations.

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