Pakistan opened its airfield for civilian aircraft


Pakistan had closed its airfield after the Balakot Air Strike in February, due to which its loss has occurred. This was revealed through a media report on Friday. Pakistan had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force targeted the terrorist camps of Jaish-e-Mohammad in Balakot, after destroying it.

This action of the Air Force was done to take revenge for Pulwama terror attack. Let the Indian aviation companies lose a loss of Rs 548 crore due to the closure of their airspace for India. Late night on July 16, Pakistan opened its airfield for civilian aircraft. After which air transport started between India and Pakistan.