Pakistan’s airspace is closed until March 25 this year to Afghan aircrafts
Reporter: Emran Khorasani
Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Administration, in an interview with the domestic media, has said that after talks with Pakistani aviation officials, they have announced that by March 25/5, Pakistan has decided to close its airspace over the passage of Afghan aircraft that will fly to India. The spokesman for the Afghan Aviation Administration has also said that Pakistan has extended its space shut down for several days with much effort that they have made to reopen the route.
Pakistan’s space shuttle on Afghan aircraft was tightened following tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad. This has led to higher prices for flight tickets and an increase in travel time, which has raised concern for Afghan patients.