Pakistan International Airline cancels special flight to Iraq

The Pakistan International Airline has cancelled its special flight to Iraq’s Baghdad after the pilots showed reluctance over the coronavirus fears.
The special flight was supposed to bring back 161 Pakistanis stranded in Baghdad.
The Civil Aviation Authority, on the other hand, has suspended the operation of all private and chartered planes till April 11.
It, however, has given an exemption to diplomats and cargo planes.
Read more: Two PIA pilots test positive for coronavirus
Yesterday, Government of Punjab’s Health Ministry announced that two pilots working for Pakistan’s national carrier, PIA have tested positive for novel coronavirus.

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