The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced that Pakistan is set to open its airspace with restrictions.

After the expiry of the previous Notice to Airmen (NOTAM), another one has been put in place till March 4 with a few exceptions.

“Flight operations only to/from Karachi International Airport, Peshawar airport, Quetta airport and Islamabad airport,” the notice states.

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CAA had announced yesterday that the country’s airspace would be temporarily restored for commercial aviation, following which Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) declared that it would resume some flights.

Aviation tracking website, Flight Radar, tweeted that the closure of Pakistan’s airspace has affected 400 flights daily.

All local and international commercial flights were suspended following escalating tensions between India and Pakistan on Wednesday.