Starting 20th June, all airlines that routinely fly to Pakistan would be allowed to operate inbound traffic to Pakistan, with roughly 250-300 inbound flights per week across the country.
There will be no meet and greet at the airport as per current SOPs, and only one person will be allowed to receive the passengers from parking.
Ticket booking is to be de-regularized as per standard commercial operations, and do not need to be booked through embassies. Limited special flights will continue to be operated to ensure repatriation of Pakistanis from countries with closed air spaces.
Passengers will undergo heightened screening at established health desks upon arrival to the airport. Screening will be carried out using thermal gun, thermal scanners and reviews by health professionals.
Each passenger must submit a signed Passenger Health Form (signed during the flight or upon arrival) before leaving the airport to ensure record keeping of inbound passengers, and confirming their willingness to abide by quarantine/home-isolation protocols.
Asymptomatic passengers will be sent home, and added to the Track and Trace system by respective provincial/federal authorities, and monitored to ensure self-isolation is carried out for 14 days.
Symptomatic passengers will be tested and quarantined until availability of test results; with option of paid / government quarantine facilities to be provided as per earlier policy.