11 flights cancelled at Islamabad airport owing to bad weather

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Worldwide Airways’ (PIA) flight schedule at Islamabad Worldwide Airport (IIA) badly affected owing to unhealthy climate on Sunday, ARY Information reported.

A PIA spokesperson mentioned that no less than 11 flights, together with home and worldwide, had been cancelled at this time (Sunday) resulting from unhealthy climate situations.

Three flights of the nationwide flag provider for Gilgit, PK-605, PK-606 and PK-607 have been cancelled whereas two different flights for Zhob, PK-689  and PK-90 have been additionally cancelled, mentioned the spokesperson.

He mentioned that flights PK-368 and PK-372, which have been scheduled to reach at Islamabad Worldwide Airport have been additionally cancelled resulting from unhealthy climate.

A world flight PK-769, which was scheduled to depart for Barcelona, Spain at this time was cancelled.

PIA’s flight for Chitral, PK-660 and one other home flight for Peshawar, PK-661 have been additionally cancelled, mentioned the spokesperson.

Learn Extra: Rain hits different parts of country as PMD forecast more showers

Earlier, Rainfall in numerous districts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, on April 13,  had turned climate nice.

In response to particulars, it had rained in Lahore, Pakpattan, Chichawatni, Khanewal, Vehari, Ahmedpur Sharqia, Bahawalpur and different components of Punjab province. Balochistan’s Quetta, Kalat, Sibbi, and different areas had additionally skilled rainfall.

In the meantime, the Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD) had mentioned dust-thunderstorm with rain with gusty winds was anticipated at scattered locations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Malakand, Hazara, Peshawar, Kohat, Mardan, Bannu divisions), Kashmir & Gilgit Baltistan, whereas at remoted locations in higher Punjab (Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Lahore, Sargodha divisions), D.I.Khan, Quetta, Zhob, Kalat, Makran divisions and Islamabad on Saturday.

 

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