“Non permanent restrictions on all air routes in the Indian airspace, imposed by the Indian Air Pressure on 27 Feb 19, have been eliminated,” the IAF wrote on Twitter on Friday.
The measures, limiting the passage of flights to and from Pakistan via various entry factors, have been launched as a response measure to Pakistan’s choice to ban Indian business plane from its airspace.
Earlier in Might, Pakistan mentioned that it had prolonged its ban till June 14.
Tensions between India and Pakistan escalated February, after the Pakistani army shot down two Indian warplanes in Indian occupied Kashmir, responding to an earlier airstrike by Indian plane in opposition to what New Delhi mentioned was on the camp of Jaish-e-Mohammad group, thought-about terrorists by India.
The Indian airstrike adopted a lethal assault by Jaish-e-Mohammad on the Indian paramilitary police drive in IoK in mid-February. Whereas India has accused Pakistan of supporting the militants and having a “direct hand” in the incident, Pakistan, in flip, has rejected the allegations.