Saudi Airlines resumes operation from Peshawar after two months

PESHAWAR – Saudi Airlines resumed its flight operations from Peshawar on Thursday after two months suspension following militants' attack on Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft.

Various international airlines had suspended their flight operations to and from Bacha Khan Airport, Peshawar, after the shooting incident at the PIA plane on June 24, 2014 that left a passenger dead.

After more than two months of suspension the Saudi Airlines restored their flight operations by taking the Hajj pilgrims from Peshawar to Jeddah.

It is pertinent to mention here that Emirates airlines restored their operations for same airport on July 24, while Ettihad Airlines is likely to resume their services from September 1.

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