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Cathay Pacific to suspend Karachi flights from June 28

KARACHI: Cathay Pacific has announced to cease its operations in Karachi, after the audacious militants’ attack on city airport which killed over two dozen people earlier this month, ARY News reported Tuesday. In its statement, the airlines said, “Cathay Pacific will stop flying to Karachi in Pakistan, with the last flight leaving Hong Kong on June 28. The decision has been made for commercial reasons." "The airline will operate 14 more flights to and from Karachi before its operations are ceased. This is to avoid…

Cathay resumes Karachi flights from tomorrow

KARACHI: Cathay Pacific Airways has announced resuming its flights to and from Karachi on June 13. According to official website of the Cathay, the decision was taken after reviewing security situation at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi. The message on the website reads, “After further reviewing the situation at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Cathay Pacific will resume flights to/from Karachi on 13 June (Friday) with additional capacity to help meet demand from recently cancelled flights. It also added…

Cathay cancels Karachi flights as Pakistan reviews security

KARACHI: Cathay Pacific Airways has cancelled all flights to the Pakistani city of Karachi from Bangkok following a Taliban raid on the country's busiest airport this week, as top Pakistani officials debated how to tackle the escalating violence. International flights in and out of Karachi have been suspended twice since Sunday, when gunmen wearing military uniforms stormed the airport, firing rocket-propelled grenades in an all-night siege that killed 34 people. "We will continue to monitor the situation closely," Cathay…