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Emirates Airlines flights to Pakistan suspended

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Due to the increasing cases of Corona in Pakistan, Emirates Airlines has temporarily suspended all air operations from Pakistan, leaving thousands of Pakistanis stranded on their way to European countries via Dubai.

Emirates Airlines has canceled all flights from Pakistan from June 24 and announced that a review would be held on July 3 to see if the flights can be resumed.

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According to a statement issued by Emirates Airlines, it has decided to suspend flight operations from Pakistan after diagnosing coronavirus in passengers traveling on Emirates Airlines in Hong Kong.

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Emirates Airlines is in touch with the authorities to satisfy all parties involved in these flights.

The airline says the health of passengers, staff, and other members of society is a top priority, so strict security measures have been put in place on the flights.

According to the statement, the decision to resume flights will be taken after reviewing the situation.

According to Emirates Flight Inquiry, all seats in the UAE are booked from all major airports in Pakistan till July 15. With the cancellation of flights, these citizens will have to go through the hassle of waiting.

With this decision of Emirates Airlines, those living in Europe who came to Pakistan before March 22 and wanted to return to Europe are once again trapped.

Emirates Airlines announced on June 4 that it would resume transit flights to 29 countries, but the UAE government’s decision did not allow passengers on transit flights to stay in Dubai for more than four hours.

Even if, for some reason, they had to stay for more than four hours, the hotel was not available to the passengers, and they were allowed to stay in the waiting hall.

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