Conflict rise cashmere he brought Pakistan Its airspace is closed for at least a night until night, six Indian airports Near traffic is close to the borderline. They have airlines Many flights have been canceled or diverted.
Forced forces have attacked Pakistan in a campaign against air strikes and an anti-artillery bomb, after a plane bombing of Indian bombs is taking place. The tensions between the two countries with nuclear concern the international community and are causing chaos in civil traffic. du NOTAM After the closure of the air expedition on February 27, 2019, the United States of Pakistani said, at midnight, that it was significantly affected by the national airline Pakistan International Air Lines and forcibly diverting Asian trade traffic to the south. India, meanwhile, announced Six airports closed near the border: companies in Srinagar, Jammu and Leh (Jammu and Kashmir) and Amritsar, Chandigarh and Dehradun Air India, Jet Airways, It will be seen, Indigo, SpiceJet or Go air Among other things, dozens of flights to mess up or mess. Traffic has been restarted last night, and should be returned to Friday by ordinary local authorities.
The impact of the crisis has been felt in Europe and Asia, which travels around 220 airplanes daily in Pakistani airspace according to the IATA. Airport Paris-CDG Yesterday it was announced Possible South West Retreats Check the passenger's recommendation with the airline. Thai Airways For example, while his revolutions were suspended in EuropeAir France Bangkok (AF165) and Ho Chi Minh City (AF263) have changed at least two flights, called Bucharest, after changing routes to prevent conflict. KLM He has announced that he has removed at least two flights for Amsterdam without giving notice Air Canada The flights between Toronto and Vancouver between Toronto and Vancouver have canceled " missing an alternative alternative "(Toronto – Mumbai remained last night).
Other airlines forced foreigners to divert or cancel them yesterday British Airways, Finnair, Singapore Airlines, SriLankan Airlines and, of course, Gulf companies, for example Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air or low cost Flydubai and Air Arabia.