Airlines dropped several flights from Karachi to Gulf objections like Dubai, Sharjah and Muscat on Sunday.
The reason was not quickly clear, however a representative from Jinnah International Airport said the abrogations were not identified with COVID-19 limitations.
An Emirates flight (EK-605), which was relied upon to depart from Karachi at 7 am, was dropped, according to a timetable delivered by Karachi airport. One more Emirates flight (EK-609), which is booked for departure at 19:35, is likewise being displayed as dropped.
Among other dropped flights, there was an Air Arabia flight (G9-548) flight to Sharjah, which should take off at 2:40 am.
The timetable likewise showed that an Oman Air flight (WY-324) to Muscat and a Flynas flight (XY-638) to Jeddah were additionally dropped.
Go from Pakistan to UAE was suspended until early August when UAE started permitting completely immunized occupants and travelers falling into uncommon classifications. In any event, when travel continued, Pakistani airports were at first not ready to completely conform to UAE’s prerequisite of a fast PCR test completed not many hours before departure, prompting last-minute flight undoings and travelers getting abandoned.