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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Plane Passes Through Pakistans Airspace On Its Way To Italy

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Islamabad

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 05:13 PM IST

Summary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s VVIP plane passed through Pakistani airspace on Friday. On the return journey also, this aircraft will return via the same route after getting formal clearance from Islamabad.

PM Modi’s plane passes through Pakistani airspace

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s VVIP plane on Friday passed through Pakistani airspace on his way to Italy for the G20 summit. On the return journey also, this aircraft will return via the same route after getting formal clearance from Islamabad. Prime Minister Modi’s aircraft Boeing 777, 300ER, K7006 entered Pakistani airspace at Bahawalpur, passed over Turbat and Panjgur and reached Italy via Iran and Turkey, reported The Express Tribune. In fact, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Italy on Friday to participate in the Group 20 summit. According to a CAA spokesperson, Prime Minister Modi’s plane will again pass through Pakistani airspace in order to return to India after the climate summit in Glasgow.

Pakistan accepts India’s request
According to Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) sources, Indian officials had sought permission from Pakistan’s foreign ministry to use its airspace for Modi’s special flight. Pakistan accepted this request of India and allowed the Prime Minister of India to pass through its airspace. At the same time, according to the newspaper, earlier, an Indian commercial aircraft had also used Pakistani airspace after obtaining necessary permissions. Last month, Prime Minister Modi’s plane went to the US via Pakistani airspace. Its airspace was used after getting permission from Pakistan. At the same time, in October 2019, Pakistan rejected India’s request to allow Modi’s flight to Saudi Arabia to use Pakistani airspace.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s VVIP plane on Friday passed through Pakistani airspace on his way to Italy for the G20 summit. On the return journey also, this aircraft will return via the same route after getting formal clearance from Islamabad. Prime Minister Modi’s aircraft Boeing 777, 300ER, K7006 entered Pakistani airspace at Bahawalpur, passed over Turbat and Panjgur and reached Italy via Iran and Turkey, reported The Express Tribune. In fact, Prime Minister Modi arrived in Italy on Friday to participate in the Group 20 summit. According to a CAA spokesperson, Prime Minister Modi’s plane will again pass through Pakistani airspace in order to return to India after the climate summit in Glasgow.

Pakistan accepts India’s request

According to Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) sources, Indian officials had sought permission from Pakistan’s foreign ministry to use its airspace for Modi’s special flight. Pakistan accepted this request of India and allowed the Prime Minister of India to pass through its airspace. At the same time, according to the newspaper, earlier, an Indian commercial aircraft had also used Pakistani airspace after obtaining necessary permissions. Last month, Prime Minister Modi’s plane went to the US via Pakistani airspace. Its airspace was used after getting permission from Pakistan. At the same time, in October 2019, Pakistan rejected India’s request to allow Modi’s flight to Saudi Arabia to use Pakistani airspace.

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