RIYADH: Saudi Arabian Airlines, otherwise called Saudia, on Wednesday suspended all flights to Pakistan in light of expanded military strains among India and its neighbor over Kashmir.
“It is a standard methodology that we take under such conditions,” said Fahad Bahdailah, Saudia’s VP of corporate correspondences.
Pakistani airspace has authoritatively been shut for business flights, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) declared on Wednesday, because of the predominant security circumstance with India.
In Dubai, Emirates aircraft prompted travelers because of fly to Pakistan to rebook tickets after the transporter’s flights there were additionally suspended.
The choice came after Pakistan said it had shot down two Indian Air Force planes in its airspace Wednesday.
No less than five Indian airplane terminals were additionally shut and scores of flights were being dropped.