The post-hajj flight operation to transport over 800000 Hujjaj of government scheme has started.
According to reports, the first two flights of the operation have departed from Jeddah airport to Pakistan.
Four airlines including Pakistan International Airlines, Airblue, Serene Air, and Saudi Airlines will work together to facilitate the safe return of Pakistani hujjaj.
A total of four flights will depart from Jeddah today (Sunday).
Minister for Religious Affairs Talha Mahmood has also departed for Islamabad International Airport in today’s flight.
Officials of religious affairs and interfaith harmony, the Civil Aviation Authority, and the airlines concerned will welcome the returning hujjaj while five liters of Aab-e-Zam Zam would be provided to pilgrims upon their arrival at the Pakistan airports.
Besides, the departure of pilgrims from Makkah to Madinah will also begin from today while the first Hajj flight operation from Madinah to Pakistan will start on Wednesday.
A total of 38,000 pilgrims will be sent to Madinah while the last hajj flight from Madinah will reach home on second of next month.