general info ALL FLIGHTS FROM UAE TO PAKISTAN CANCELLED
All Flights From UAE To Pakistan Cancelled
Updated on 28 February 2019

In light of the escalating tension between India and Pakistan, flights between the UAE and Pakistan have been suspended until further notice due the closure of commercial airspace in Pakistan.

Dubai Airports took to its official Twitter account to announce the update.

Passengers on affected flights have been advised to continue monitoring the status update with their respective airlines.

There is no official announcement on cancellation of flights to India from the UAE, however with operations being shut down at nine Northern Indian airports including eight national airports at Srinagar, Jammu, Leh, Pathankot, Shimla, Kangra, Kullu Manali Pithorgarh, and one international airport in Amritsar, it is advisable to keep monitoring the status of flights flying to India.

It has been reported that operations at a second international airport in Chandigarh are on.

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