An Indian cargo plane landed at Islamabad International Airport for fuel re-filling on Saturday, reported a local media outlet.

The Indian cargo aircraft DM 2112 took a flight from the Kolkata Airport and landed in Islamabad for 40 minutes. The plane took off for Georgia after the refuelling.

On April 4 also, Pakistan’s Air Traffic Controller (ATC) praised India flights for operating relief flights amid the coronavirus crisis. Air India was operating special flights from India to Frankfurt with relief materials and evacuated European and Canadian nationals, who were stranded in India amid the coronavirus crisis.

According to a report by Asian News International (ANI), one of the captains operating the special flights said: “It was a very proud moment for me as well as the entire Air India crew when we heard Pakistan ATC praising our special flight operations to Europe.”