"Air Blue" is back after seven years
Air Blue Karachi based private airline is plan to resume it's flight to Colombo. This is the first time after seven years Pakistani flight is schedule to visit Colombo. But Air Blue officials are not make their final decision when to start.
Pakistan International Airlines’ flights to Colombo were suspended on January 1, 2002, after India refused to allow Pakistani aircraft to fly over its territory in protest against an attack on the Indian parliament on December 13, 2001.
Sri Lankan Airlines, however, continued to fly between Colombo and Karachi via Mumbai. Direct flights between the two commercial centres were started to serve about 25,000 people who travel between the two countries each year.