Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from forward airbases: Official  Times of India

India News: Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forward IAF airbases.

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India News: Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forward IAF airbases. India News: Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forward IAF airbases.

Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from forward airbases: Official | India News - Times of India

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Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat says the Indian government approached them to open the airspace.

Pakistan not to open airspace until India de-escalates: official - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

Pakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after IAF fighter jets struck a JeM terrorist training camp in Balakot following the Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir.Pakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after IAF fighter jets struck a JeM terrorist training camp in Balakot following the Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir.

Pakistan won't open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from forward airbases- The New Indian Express

India must withdraw its fighter planes placed forward, the aviation official said.India must withdraw its fighter planes placed forward, the aviation official said.

Pakistan won't open airspace until India de-escalates: Official - Khaleej Times

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Won't open airspace until India removes fighter jets from forward airbases: Pakistan

Pakistan has dismissed the request of India to open the airspace until the latter de-escalates, Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat saidPakistan has dismissed the request of India to open the airspace until the latter de-escalates, Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat said

Pakistan declines India's request to open airspace

Pakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after the IAF fighter jets struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot.This is probably the first time a senior Pakistani official has publicly stated Islamabad's precondition for reopening its airspacePakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after the IAF fighter jets struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot.This is probably the first time a senior Pakistani official has publicly stated Islamabad's precondition for reopening its airspace

Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from forward

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Pakistan Aviation Secretary Shahrukh Nusrat has put forward a precondition for reopening its airspace saying that first India must remove its fighter jets from forward airbases. Pakistan Aviation Secretary Shahrukh Nusrat has put forward a precondition for reopening its airspace saying that first India must remove its fighter jets from forward airbases.

Pakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force fighter jets struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot following the Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir. Pakistan fully closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force fighter jets struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot following the Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir.

Pakistan Says it Won’t Open Airspace Until India Withdraws Fighter Jets From Forward Airbases - News18

This is probably the first time a senior Pakistani official has publicly stated Islamabad’s precondition for reopening its airspace after the Balakot air strikes.This is probably the first time a senior Pakistani official has publicly stated Islamabad’s precondition for reopening its airspace after the Balakot air strikes.

Pakistan won’t open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from airbases, says Pakistan Aviation Secretary - The Hindu

Pak refuses to open airspace for India until New Delhi withdraws fighters jets from forward IAF bases - Aviation Secretary Nusrat, who is also the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), on Thursday informed the Senate Standing Committee on Aviation that his department has intimated Indian officials that Pakistani airspace would remain unavailable for use by India until the country withdraws its fighter jets from forward positions.Pak refuses to open airspace for India until New Delhi withdraws fighters jets from forward IAF bases - Aviation Secretary Nusrat, who is also the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), on Thursday informed the Senate Standing Committee on Aviation that his department has intimated Indian officials that Pakistani airspace would remain unavailable for use by India until the country withdraws its fighter jets from forward positions.

Pak refuses to open airspace for India until New Delhi withdraws fighters jets from forward IAF bases

Pakistan had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force conducted airstrikes on a terror camp in Balakot.Pakistan had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force conducted airstrikes on a terror camp in Balakot.

Pakistan won’t open airspace till India withdraws fighter jets from forward airbases, says official

Pakistan had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force conducted airstrikes on a terror camp in Balakot.Pakistan had closed its airspace on February 26 after the Indian Air Force conducted airstrikes on a terror camp in Balakot.

Pakistan won’t open airspace till India withdraws fighter jets from forward airbases, says official

Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forwarding IAF airbases, Pakistan's Aviation Secretary Shahrukh Nusrat has informed a parliamentary committee.Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forwarding IAF airbases, Pakistan's Aviation Secretary Shahrukh Nusrat has informed a parliamentary committee.

Spooked Pakistan refuses to open airspace, asks India to withdraw its fighter planes first - Republic World

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Pakistan had completely shut its airspace for Indian flights after the Balakot airstrikes on February 26 in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack.Pakistan had completely shut its airspace for Indian flights after the Balakot airstrikes on February 26 in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack.

Pakistan will not open airspace until India withdraws fighter jets from IAF forward airbases - India News

Pakistan on Friday said that it will not open its airspace until India removes its fighter jets from forward Indian Air Force (IAF) bases,  the country's Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat told a parliamentary committee. Pakistan had closed its airspace in February after it launched an attack on Indian military installation in response to Indian strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Balakot on February 26.Pakistan on Friday said that it will not open its airspace until India removes its fighter jets from forward Indian Air Force (IAF) bases,  the country's Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat told a parliamentary committee. Pakistan had closed its airspace in February after it launched an attack on Indian military installation in response to Indian strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Balakot on February 26.

Pakistan to not open its airspace until India removes fighter jets from forward bases, South Asia News | wionews.com

Pakistan has told India that it will not open its airspace for commercial flights until New Delhi removes its fighter jets from forward IAF airbases, Pakistan’s Aviation Secretary Shah­rukh Nusrat has informed a parliamentary committee.Pakistan fully closed its airspace on 26 February after the Balakot strike by Indian Air Force.

Pakistan Won’t Open Airspace Until India Withdraws Fighter Jets

Won’t open airspace until IAF fighters are in forward bases, says Pakistani official. Won’t open airspace until IAF fighters are in forward bases, says Pakistani official. 

Won’t Open Airspace For Commercial Flights Till Indian Fighters Remain At Forward Airbases: Pakistani Official