British Airways has continued its non-stop flight activity to and from Lahore as the carrier's first flight landed at the Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore on Tuesday after a hole of almost 40 years. 

The flight, BA-259, with 214 travelers locally available took off from the Heathrow air terminal and arrived at the Lahore air terminal prior toward the beginning of the day. 


The air terminal administrator and other Civil Aviation Authority officials were available on the event to invite the travelers who showed up there by means of the British transporter's first flight. The flight will fly back to London within excess of 200 travelers ready. 


British High Commissioner to Pakistan Christian Turner tweeted that British Airways used to work to two urban communities in Pakistan however following 40 years, the carrier has continued its activity to another city, Lahore.


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