Pak opens Air Space after 28 days of closure following IAF Air Strikes!

By Xappie Desk, March 27, 2019 16:21 IST

Pak opens Air Space after 28 days of closure following IAF Air Strikes!

Pak opens Air Space after 28 days of closure following IAF Air Strikes!
 
Pakistan on Tuesday opened its airspace for domestic and international flights after keeping it closed for 28 days amid tensions with India following IAF strikes in Balakot.
 
After the Pulwama attack on the CRPF Jawans, Indian Air Force destroyed the Jesh-e-Mohammad camps almost everything and their Chief was reportedly injured seriously. Pakistan Airforce crossed LOC and attacked the Indian ground space which intensified the tensions between these arch rivals.
 
During this scenario, our IAF pilot Abhinandan was unfortunately caught by the Pak Army and was returned safely to India in 48 hours. During this whole period, the Air Space of both the countries were closed and even India presumed right after the peace, Pakistan took 28 days to do so.
 
Flights for Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and New Delhi will still not operate, Pakistani media reported. India lost hosting rights of the junior Davis Cup and Fed Cup due to the shut airspace.



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