The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) introduced new health policy on today (April 19) for passengers travelling during coronavirus pandemic.
According to the details, all standard operating procedures (SOPs) mentioned in the health forms of PCAA are to be strictly implemented.
All passenger must submit their health forms which includes data on flu, cold, cough, and sore throat.
As per the decision of the Government of Pakistan, the suspension of International and Domestic flight operations as effected earlier has been extended upto Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 2359 hours PST.
— PCAAOfficial (@official_pcaa) April 18, 2020
Earlier in the February, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) bans direct flights between Pakistan and Iran for an indefinite period.
As per details, CAA bans direct flights between Pakistan and Iran for an indefinite period.
The ban came after the two confirmed cases of coronavirus surfaced in the country
Notification issued by CAA said the ban on flights will become effective from 12:00 am tonight.
Meanwhile, CAA established an emergency control room in the aviation division to remain operational for 24/7 until further orders.
The decision to suspend the flights is part of measures to prevent a possible spread of the epidemic in the country.