Pakistan airspace ban for India extended till 30 May

Pakistan has extended its partial airspace ban for flights to India until May 30. International carriers flying over the Indian airspace are also not allowed to enter Pakistan’s airspace. The decision has been made due to a lack of progress in bilateral talks between the two nations in this respect. On February 26, Pakistan had imposed the ban but made partial concessions in March, barring any for India. Pakistan government is now expected to review the ban towards the end of the month.