British airlines In Pakistan: British airline Virgin Atlantic has ended its operations in Pakistan on Sunday (July 9) with the last flight from Islamabad to London’s Heathrow International Airport.

A spokesman for the Civil Aviation Authority said that a plane of the airline took off from Islamabad International Airport at 8 am local time for London’s Heathrow Airport.

British airline to start operations in 2020
According to the news published in the Dawn newspaper on Monday (July 10), the British airline started operating its flights to Islamabad in December 2020 and used to operate seven flights a week. The airline initially operated four flights to Manchester and three to Heathrow Airport.

After this the airline limited its services to only three flights a week to Heathrow Airport. According to the news, Virgin Atlantic provided excellent air travel services to the customers between Islamabad and London.

Did Pakistan’s economy become the reason?
A spokesman for British airline Virgin Atlantic has apologized for taking the difficult decision to suspend services between London’s Heathrow Airport and Pakistan. However, it is not yet clearly known that Pakistan’s economic crisis is behind this decision of the British airline Virgin Atlantic, due to which its business was so badly affected that it had to stop its service in Pakistan. Went.

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