Pakistan has suspended its flight activity till April 30, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Saturday.
“According to the choice of the Government of Pakistan, the suspension of global and residential flight activities as affected before has been stretched out up to Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 2359 hours PST,” CAA said.
The new mandates come as the quantity of affirmed cases in the nation rose to more than 7,500 with 143 passings.
Prior, Pakistan had the suspension of household and worldwide flight tasks in the nation in an offer to contain the coronavirus till April 21.
“According to the choice of the Government of Pakistan, the suspension of International and Domestic Flight Operations as affected before has been stretched out up to Tuesday, April 21, 2020 2359 PST,” read a notice from CAA.
In a prior, warning, the CAA had said that discretionary, extraordinary/payload flights and trips of the national transporter to/from Pakistan holding unique endorsement from the equipped expert for moving stranded travelers” would be exemptions to the boycott.
Most nations around the globe have suspended universal travel since the time the pandemic began spreading at a hot pace in Europe, America and Asia a month ago.