How India-Pakistan Tensions Have Disrupted Air Travel by Reuters
Pakistan restricted its airspace after an air strike in late February by the Indian military in northern Pakistan. The disruption forced international airlines to take costly and time-consuming detours to the north and south, adding flight time for passengers and fuel costs for airlines.
This piece was published during the disruption and used flight tracking data to both visualise the extent of the disruption and also analyse the length of delays caused.
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CreditsSimon Scarr; Marco Hernandez