Skardu Airport resumes flights after heavy snowfall

The Skardu Airport has resumed flight activities after the focal valley of Gilgit-Baltistan received heavy snowfall during the most recent four days.

The Skardu airport, situated at 7,500 feet over the ocean level, is one of the world’s most elevated air terminals.

As per subtleties, the runway of Skardu Airport was shut because of weighty snowfall which has now been cleared by the CAA specialists. The air terminal turned out to be completely functional for the setting down and remove from airplane.

The air terminal administration said that the runway and upper cover regions were totally shut because of 6 creeps of snow at the air terminal, which have been cleared in eight hours.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is chipping away at a crisis premise at and around Skardu Airport.

CAA staff cleared the runway with work vehicles. The administration added that the aircrafts could work the flight contingent upon the climate conditions.

More than 18-inch snow had heaped onto the landing strip, the authority said.

Prior, the CAA in its press note said the tidy up activity proceeded for the duration of the evening and the snow was eliminated from one runway, having 8,000 feet long, while the freedom work on the second runway of 12,000 feet length was underway.

The local organization was additionally helping the CAA in clearing the landing strip to continue the normal flight activity at the Skardu Airport most punctual.

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