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1.#InternationalflightstoIndia to remain suspended until September 3-All domestic and international scheduled commercial passenger operations shall remain suspended till 11.59pm of September 3, announced the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation.
The government body issued a circular in this regard on Tuesday, following Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation. “However, this restriction will not apply to international all- cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the Director General of Civil Aviation,” said the circular signed by deputy director general Sunil Kumar.
As Khaleej Times reported on Monday, over 1,000 UAE-based Indian residents and visitors have expressed their desire to return to India to the Consulate General of India. However, the government has not yet announced any plans to start emergency evacuations of stranded persons from any sector across the globe.
2.#Flydubai repatriates 400 Pakistani prisoners on two special flights-Two flydubai planes on Tuesday repatriated 400 Pakistani prisoners following the understanding reached between the UAE and Pakistan governments to operate special flights.
These were the first flights of the UAE carriers to Pakistan after the suspension of international flights last month in order to contain the spread of coronavirus.
A statement issued by the Pakistan embassy in the UAE said these prisoners were serving their terms in UAE jails for minor offences.
Arranged by the UAE government, the flydubai flights took the prisoners to Faisalabad International Airport and Bacha Khan International Airport, Peshawar.
Islamabad thanked the UAE government for its kind gesture during these challenging times.
“Pakistan’s embassy and consulate worked in close coordination with the UAE authorities for early repatriation to Pakistan,” said the statement.
A notification issued by the Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority said that it had received and approved flydubai’s request to operate the flight between Dubai to Faisalabad on Agust 24 to transport 180 Pakistani nationals and carry 11 UAE embassy staff back to Dubai on return.
A flydubai spokesperson said the budget carrier is “fully supporting governments and authorities across the flydubai network with their repatriation efforts helping them to make arrangements for their citizens to return home”.
As part of safety measures, Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority said flight crew would not be allowed to disembark upon arrival at the airport.
Earlier, Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan instructed relevant authorities to repatriate over 40,000 Pakistanis stranded abroad. Currently, over 25,000 Pakistanis are stranded in UAE alone due to visa expiry and job losses.
Around 1,800 Pakistanis are stranded in different countries will be repatriated over the next five days.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistan’s minister for foreign affairs, said the total number of stranded Pakistanis wer 39,748 – mostly in the Middle Eastern countries.
3. #Emirates announces limited passenger flights to more cities-Dubai: Emirates is planning to operate passenger services to Jakarta, Manila Taipei, Chicago, Tunis, Algeria, and Kabul in addition to the already commenced operation to London and Frankfurt. These services will facilitate residents and visitors wishing to return home.
Passengers will be able to book directly on emirates.com or via their travel agent. Only citizens of the destination country and those who meet the entry requirements will be allowed to board. Passengers will be required to comply with each country’s requirement.
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