Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) said that it will expand its relief flight operations in a bid to repatriate stranded Pakistanis around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.
PIA administration said that those who wish to board these flights they should approach the national airline.
PIA released the schedule of flights. As per schedule a PIA fight will bring back stranded nationals from Denmark on April 10.
On April 11, three flights will operate, with the first one repatriating 125 Pakistanis from Azerbaijan.
On the same day, another flight will bring back 175 Pakistanis stuck in Kuala Lumpur since 16 days. The flight will also take along Malaysian and Singapore diplomatic staff and citizens, said the PIA spokesperson.
The third flight, scheduled for April 11, will also take French citizens out of Pakistan.
On April 12, a relief flight will set off for Tokyo, carrying Japanese citizens and basic need items.
200 stranded Pakistanis will be repatriated from Bangkok through a relief flight on April 13.