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Pakistan's airspace partially opened for flight operation

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Pakistan's civil aviation authority said Friday that airports in the country's Islamabad, Quetta, Karachi and Peshawar have been opened for flight operation.

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Pakistan has closed its airspace, a European air traffic control agency said on Wednesday, amid rising tensions and military activity between Pakistan and India.

Brussels-based Eurocontrol, which cordinates the airspace of 41 nations, told airlines in a bulletin that Pakistan’s airspace was closed.

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