ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority said airspace closed this week amid tensions with neighbouring India would re-open for commercial flights from 4 p.m. local time (1100 GMT) on Friday.

“We have got instructions that Pakistan is going to re-open airspace for all commercial flights,” a CAA spokeswoman said. “Flight operations are due to start from 4 p.m. today.”

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