The Pakistan airspace has been shut since February 27 when India led ‘pre-emptive’, ‘non-military’ strikes on Pakistan’s dread camps in Balakot. The strike was led on Jaish-e-Mohammed preparing camps which assumed liability for the February 14 Pulwama assault.
Be that as it may, because of the conclusion numerous flights from India must be suspended until elective courses are found. Air India in the UK affirmed on Friday that it would suspend all flights to and from Birmingham Airport from Saturday because of “phenomenal conditions” including the conclusion of Pakistan’s airspace.
The airline said that it will continue to operate daily flights to India from Heathrow airport in London. Only the New Delhi and Amritsar services in and out of Birmingham will be grounded until further updates.
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