The flight made an emergency landing after a passenger developed a health issue on board.
Of the 39 pilot licences, 35 has been verified.
In an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, Qatar Airways has issued a new advisory making it mandatory for all the passengers travelling from Pakistan to provide a copy of the test result for COVID-19.
Qatar Airways will not take any new planes ordered from Boeing or Airbus in 2020 or 2021, chief executive Akbar al-Baker said
The foreign airline was operating flights in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.
The flight is expected to arrive at 8:00 pm Pakistan Standard Time. The passengers will be subject to strict health screening as advised by the Ministry of Health
The company -- formerly called Meridiana -- has lost hundreds of millions of euros in the past several years as it has struggled to navigate a competitive industry facing multiple challenges
Initially, Qatar Airways would also look into a partnership with Lufthansa, Al-Baker was quoted as saying.