Pakistan closed its airspace for India following Kashmir crisis
New Delhi: Pakistan has partially closed its airspace amid growing tensions with India over the abrogation of Article 370.
However, according to national carrier Air India, its west bound operations will not be impacted much by Pakistan’s decision to partially close its airspace.
“One air corridor has been closed requiring a maximum of 12 minutes diversion. Not really affecting us,” the flag carrier said.
Pakistan only fully opened its airspace last month after closing it following the Balakot air strikes in February.