ISLAMABAD: Pakistan International Airline (PIA) has set a plan to bring back stranded 1800 Pakistanis from abroad.
The national carrier has devised a plan to bring back stuck Pakistanis from today to April 18 from different countries.
As per plan the stranded 400 umrah pilgrims From Saudi Arabia will be brought back to the country in two flights while one flight will land at Multan and another in Lahore.
In the same way, two special flights will land in Peshawar and Faisalabad from the United Arab Emirates while passengers include 770 from UAE and prisoners released from prisons in Oman.
According to spokesman 270 people stranded in Thailand and Japan will land in Islamabad today.
A total of 225 persons will be brought back to country from Indonesia on April 18.