These ‘Five’ Things Couldn’t Happen this Ramadan Due To Pandemic

These 'Five' Things Couldn't Happen this Ramadan Due To Pandemic

As the new coronavirus continues to spread globally and people isolate themselves in their homes and store food, is this the right time to fast? Does inadvertent fasting weaken the immune system? Does fasting cause dehydration? These are some questions raised by many Muslims and non-Muslims around the world at such a turbulent phase in human history. The Muslim holy month of Ramadan is expected to begin on April 24 and continue until Eid al Fitr on approximately May 23. Muslims around the world also question how COVID-19 will affect…

Pakistan schedules flights after April 30

Pakistan schedules flights after April 30

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…

PIA schedules ’10 Special flights’ starting next week

PIA schedules '10 Special flights' starting next week

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will repatriate more than 2,000 Pakistani citizens stranded to five cities in the country over the next week. Impeccable aviation sources said PIA will operate 11 special flights to Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad and Multan, starting today. “The first special PIA flight PK224 is scheduled to depart Faisalabad with approximately 200 Pakistanis on Saturday and is followed by 10 more flights on Monday,” the sources said. Sources said PIA will operate 4 special flights on Sunday and 6 flights on Monday to repatriate more than 2,000…

Good News: UAE starting flights to Pakistan from next week

PIA Special flight to UAE

Stranded Pakistanis in the UAE are relied upon to begin getting back from one week from now as the UAE and Pakistani aircrafts will work unique flights once they get the thumbs up from the legislatures, Khaleej Times has learnt. Sources said Emirates, flydubai and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) are prepared to dispatch exceptional flight tasks for stranded Pakistani nationals by April 21 when Pakistan is relied upon to lift the avionics prohibition on some global flights. “The UAE and Pakistani specialists are finishing subtleties for exceptional flights. We are…