Airspace over Pakistan and large swathe of northwestern India has been closed to commercial flights after a series of airstrikes ratcheted up tensions between the two countries. Pakistan closed its airspace to all virtually all commercial air traffic Feb. 27, with international air services that would normally cross the country were routed around into Iran or toward Oman. A notice to airmen (NOTAM) issued by the Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority stated the country’s national ...

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