British Airways will function three flights in every week from June after an interval of a decade, Minister for Civil Aviation Division Ghulam Sarwar Khan stated on Thursday.
“The airline will resume its operations after a break of 11 years. British Airways had expressed its want to function three flights in every week from Islamabad,” he tweeted.
The airline had suspended its operations in Pakistan in September 2008 within the wake of the Marriott Lodge bombing in Islamabad.
“The ultimate touches are coming collectively for the airline’s return forward of the primary flight on Sunday, June 2,” British Airways stated in a press release, reported Khaleej Times. It would launch a three-per-week service to London Heathrow, it stated.