Pakistan inbound air travel in Pakistan will operate at “full quantum” from November 10 following the decrease in Covid-19 in the country.National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Wednesday announced in a meeting in Islamabad
According to the statement, inbound air traffic will operate “at full quantum” with effect from 10 November 2021.
All passengers of and above six years, whether locals or foreigners, will have to carry a negative PCR test report before boarding the flight via any Pakistan Air Travel service.
Furthermore, Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) on arrival at the airport for all inbound passengers has been abolished, except for people travelling via direct flight from category ‘C’ and high-risk countries.
As per new rules, the following countries have been placed in category ‘C’ list.
Meanwhile, in the wake of “high disease” indicators, the following countries have been placed in a high-risk list. However, no travel restrictions have been imposed on them, NCOC said.
Furthermore, Afghan citizens can travel to Pakistan through border terminals without vaccination certificates or PCR tests. However, they will undergo stringent testing and quarantine protocols.