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To skirt inclement weather, IndiGo plane flies in Pakistan skies for 30 minutes

IndiaTimes Sunday, 11 June 2023
An Ahmedabad-bound IndiGo flight that took off from Amritsar at 7.45pm Saturday was forced to deviate from its flight path over the Attari border and enter Pakistan airspace for around 30 minutes to skirt bad weather, the airline said on Sunday. It isn't uncommon for aircraft from Pakistan and India to enter each other's airspace to combat adverse weather. Such diversions are handled through ATC coordination on either side.
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