Pakistan Reopens Airspace; Air Inda, IndiGo To Benefit?
  • WebDesk BTVI
  • Jul 16 2019

Normal air traffic operations between India and Pakistan resumed on Tuesday with Islamabad opening its airspace for all civilian flights, nearly four-and-half months after shutting it down following the Balakot air strikes. IndiGo,was unable to start direct flights from Delhi to Istanbul due to the closure of the Pakistan airspace and Air India had to re-route, merge or suspend many of its international flights that connect India with European and US cities.