- Flight plans have been influenced after a few urban communities saw hefty fog
- PIA representative says more flights will be influenced because of terrible climate conditions
- Earlier, 19 flights homegrown and worldwide flights were dropped in Lahore because of fog
KARACHI: The timetables of a few Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flights have been influenced due to awful climate conditions the nation over, it arose on Sunday.
According to a PIA representative, the timetable of various flights must be changed after substantial fog overwhelmed a few urban communities of Pakistan, including Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Sialkot, and its encompassing areas.
The representative added that more flights are required to be rescheduled due to the fog.
“Domestic flights will resume operations after visibility on the runways is ensured,” the representative added. “On the other hand, international flights will land at alternate airports.”
19 flights dropped at Lahore Airport
Earlier, 19 homegrown and global flights must be dropped at the Allama Iqbal International Airport because of substantial haze. Beside that, 16 flights have been postponed to dodge any untoward situations.
The dropped flights incorporate the Dubai-bound flight number 410 of a private aircraft, Riyadh-bound flight number 318, flight number 342 going to Najaf, flight 715 to Istanbul, and flight 244 to Abu Dhabi.
Flight 430 to Abu Dhabi and flight 132 to Kuala Lumpur have additionally been dropped because of substantial fog.
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