Qatar Airways to operate flights from Pakistan


ISLAMABAD: Qatar Airways’ request to the Pakistani authorities to reinstate schedule passengers/combination air services to Islamabad – Peshawar – Multan and Karachi, the airline has been granted permission to operate its passenger flights.

Although Pakistan has extended suspension of international flight operation till May 15, Qatar Airways was granted the permission to operate flights from May 2 to May 9.

According to the airline’s schedule, a Qatar Airways flight QR-632 will be operated from Doha-Islamabad-Doha on May 2.

Flight QR-600 will be operated from Doha-Peshawar-Doha on May 4, another special flight QR-616 will be operated from Doha-Multan- Doha on May 7 and the last flight of Qatar Airways will be operated from Doha - Karachi – Doha on May 9.

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