Private Airline Makes Emergency Landing in Lahore with 300+ Passengers

Web DeskJanuary 23, 20243432 min
Private Airline Makes Emergency Landing in Lahore with 300+ Passengers

Adverse weather conditions, particularly dense fog, have continued to disrupt both domestic and international flights in Pakistan. A Jeddah to Peshawar flight was forced to make an emergency landing at Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore due to unfavorable weather conditions. The pilot redirected the plane to Lahore instead of Peshawar.

Over 300 passengers on the private flight have faced significant difficulties, being inside the plane for the past eight hours. The intense fog has severely impacted air operations in various parts of the country, including Islamabad.

Also Read: Pakistan Tightens Flight Surveillance from Iran Amid Escalating Tensions

In recent incidents, dense fog in and around Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport resulted in the cancellation of two flights, with 15 others experiencing delays.

In a separate development, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Pakistan announced the imposition of airport charges for passengers on domestic flights. Passengers are now required to pay Rs 100 per traveler, and this fee will be collected by airlines on behalf of the CAA.

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