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India lifts temporary airspace restrictions imposed after Balakot strike

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has removed all temporary restrictions on all air routes in the Indian airspace. The IAF made the announcement on Twitter. The IAF had imposed restrictions following air strikes on a terror camp at Balakot in Pakistan on 27th February.

India had imposed restrictions which did not allow any aircraft flying over Pakistan airspace to use entry or exit points into India. Since February 27, flights on these sectors were taking longer routes leading to an increase in flying time by up to three hours.

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