Civil Aviation Authority has clarified that no Israeli aircraft entered Pakistani airspace or landed at any of its airport.
A spokesperson of the civil aviation authority said that the reports in this regard are totally baseless.
Avi Scharf, editor of Israeli newspaper Haaretz ignited a controversy on social media when he tweeted that an aircraft flew from Tel Aviv to Islamabad.
Here is the tweet:
Israeli 🇮🇱 bizjet flew from TLV to Islamabad, #Pakistan 🇵🇰, on the ground 10 hours, and back to TLV.
Cleared flight-plan with usual 5min groundtime trick in Amman
M-ULTI glex pic.twitter.com/haHn1NU73L
— avi scharf (@avischarf) October 25, 2018
Pakistan and Israel do not have diplomatic relations. Hence, airplanes registered in either country are not allowed to enter each other’s airspace.