PIA Resume regular flight services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as per the latest statement released by the spokesperson of the National Carrier of Pakistan. The news has come after Saudi Arabia has opened its international flight restrictions due to the mutated COVID-19 mentioned by the United Kingdom.
PIA Resume regular flight services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The passengers will require to present a negative PCR test before they will be allowed to travel through Pakistan International Airlines. This has become a norm during the times of the Global Pandemic. The Flights will start from Sunday when Saudi Arabia will resume all the other flights. Here is the statement on Radio Pakistan.
A spokesman for the airline, in a statement today (Sunday) asked the passengers with their seats already booked or those intending to fly to the Saudi Arabia approach its nearest office or contact the call centers via 111 786 786.Radio Pakistan
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