The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) spokesperson said that the national flag carrier’s flight schedule is returning to normal after restoration of fuel supply from Pakistan State Oil (PSO).
The spokesperson said in a statement that the PIA is operating 48 flights today (Friday) including 32 international and 16 domestic.
The PIA spokesperson said that PIA has paid Rs500 million so far to the PSO for the provision of fuel, adding that the national flag carrier is making payments to PSO daily.
PIA is currently acquiring fuel for profitable routes including Saudi Arabia, Canada, China, Kaula Lumpur and others.
Earlier on Wednesday, Pakistan International Airlines suspended total of 24 flights including 16 international and 8 domestic scheduled.