Islamabad: Following Pakistan’s removal off the UK’s red list, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has chosen to resume flights to the UK. The national carrier has decided to begin offering chartered flights to the United Kingdom. According to reports, PIA will use a chartered company to fly from Islamabad to Manchester and London.
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Following an update to the British authorities’ travel advise, the United Kingdom (UK) withdrew Pakistan from its travel red list earlier in the day.
Pakistan, Turkey, Bangladesh, the Maldives, and Oman are among the eight nations that were removed from the UK’s red list in the recent assessment, according to details. The rest of the globe list includes Pakistan and other countries.
Due to rising case numbers and the introduction of the Delta form, Pakistan was retained on the UK’s red list in the latest travel advise for countries forbidden from flying into the kingdom in early April, and India followed suit on April 19.
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Despite an obvious difference in the COVID-19 situation in both nations, British legislators chastised their administration for putting Pakistan on its “red list” while promoting India to the “amber list” for foreign travel.
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