Delta Air Lines - SkyMiles
Member since 16 Oct 2017
Total posts 135
It seems with Pakistan airspace closed there are 2-3 hour delays on some flights between S.E. Asia (e.g. Singapore, Bangkok) and Europe. It's reported this is due to the need for a refueling stop after routing changes. Obviously this could cause problems with connections. It may be aircraft dependent: Qantas has advised only 20-30 minute delays on the a380 Singapore/London service. Flights to/from North Asia are not affected as these usually route over Russia. Additionally, it seems U.S. carriers have cancelled a number of services to/from India.
Member since 19 Apr 2012
Total posts 481
It is only some Australian routes pass over Pakistan most such as Perth London and via dubaare well to the south
UPDATE: It's reported Pakistan airspace will reopen at 1.00pm (Pakistan time) today.
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