The Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore has experienced significant delays as a result of poor visibility brought on by fog.
Four international flights had to be diverted to Islamabad airport due to decreased visibility on the runway at the Lahore airport.
The airport in Islamabad has taken over Lahore as the departure point for flights to Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Medina, Quetta, and Jeddah.
In order to receive up-to-date information about flights, the PIA spokesperson advised the passengers to call the PIA call center at (021) 111 786 786.
Earlier, Pakistan International Airlines made the decision to move all international flight operations from the capital of Punjab to Islamabad between the hours of 10 p.m. and 11 a.m. because of poor visibility and fog in Lahore.
Flights have been temporarily rescheduled for these times and will resume as soon as the foggy weather clears, according to the national flag carrier.