The Civil Aviation Authority on Friday gave permission to Saudia Airline to lands its three flights in Pakistan. The CAA issued a notification in this regard. The special flights of Saudia Airline carrying Pakistanis stranded in Saudi Arabia would be landed in Pakistan. According to the plan, the first flight of the Saudia Airline will take 250 Pakistanis from Riyadh to Karachi on May 26. The second flight will fly 250 Pakistanis from Jeddah to Lahore on May 28, while the third flight will bring back 250 Pakistanis from Riyadh to Lahore on May 29. The crew would not be allowed to come out of the plane as part of the SOPs announced by the CAA. The permission was granted on the request of the Saudia Airline.
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