Pakistan proposes reducing international flights by 80 percent

Islamabad: Corona virus continues to wreak havoc across Pakistan, in lieu of which authorities have proposed reducing international flights by 80%.

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According to reports, the National Command and Operations Center has proposed to reduce international flights by 80 per cent in view of the increase in Corona cases in the country.

According to the details, the third wave of Corona in Pakistan has gone out of control and the death toll has been steadily rising.

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The NCOC said that 20 per cent international flights would be allowed to operate, adding that the Civil Aviation Authority would issue a formal notice in this regard upon receipt of orders.

On the other hand, a meeting has been convened in Islamabad on Friday under the chairmanship of Secretary Civil Aviation on the issue of increasing the number of international flights for Pakistan.

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