Pakistan has opened its airspace for all types of civilian flights from late Monday night. Information about this effect is derived from sources. With this, after the Balakot air strike in February, the effective ban on Indian flights in Pakistani airspace has ended. Air India will get the maximum benefit from this because the company has lost about 491 crore rupees due to its international flights, especially the US and Europe, taking the other routes from February. Sources told PTI late on Monday night, "Pakistan has given permission to all the aviation companies to fly from the airspace by 12 o'clock in the night. Indian aviation companies will soon be able to start flights from their usual route through Pakistan's airspace. "
The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan issued a notice to Airman (Nottam) at 12.30 pm on Indian time late at night, saying" The Pakistani airspace is opened with immediate effect for all civilian flights on all known ATS routes. "Pakistan on February 26 in Balakot Tnkwadi organization its airspace after the IAF attack on a training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammed was stopped completely. India did this in protest against the suicide attack on the convoy of CRPF in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir on 14th February.
40 soldiers were killed in the attack. Since then, Pakistan had opened just two out of the known 11 routes of the airspace. Who passed through the southern part of the country. As far as the matter is of India, the Indian Air Force had on May 31 said that the temporary ban on Indian airspace was removed after Balakot air strikes. However, this did not make much of commercial flights because they were awaiting the full opening of the Pakistani airspace.