ISLAMABAD: The first Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane, carrying passengers to evacuate Pakistanis and foreigners from Afghanistan, has arrived in Islamabad on Sunday.
The PIA aircraft Boeing 777 carrying 329 passengers has reached in Islamabad.
Two Pakistan International Airline aircraft, Boeing 777 which has 329 passengers, while the other was an Airbus 320 with 170 passengers, have been allowed to fly out of Kabul for Islamabad.
According to a statement issued by the PIA spokesman Abdullah Khan, the PIA aircrafts were fully ready for flight when the flights were suspended.
The spokesman said that flights were suspended due to special military transport.
The spokesperson said that after the arrival of some special planes, the PIA flight was allowed to fly.
Earlier, the aircraft were not being allowed the use of the runway to take off as the US military evacuated American diplomats.