An Indian Air Ambulance had to make an emergency landing at the airport in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on Sunday. According to Pakistan’s Dunya News, the Air Ambulance of India contacted the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Pakistan. Requested permission to make an emergency landing at Islamabad airport, as the ambulance was short of fuel.
The Indian Air Ambulance was traveling from Kolkata to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, with a British patient, a doctor and two nurses. After getting permission from the CAA, the air ambulance landed at Islamabad International Airport. After two hours of refueling, again flew from there.