On September 20th 2008 Pakistan's capital faced a truck attack in which 54 were killed and 270 were wounded, making Pakistan to faced bad deals with British Airways.
First flight landed on Islamabad International Airport on Monday morning from Hearthrow, London with 240 passengers.
Pakistan's Aviation Minister, Ghulam Sarwar greeted all the passengers on the arrival, Thomas Drew Britain's Top Diplomate was also present.
Flights are just begun from one day before Eid al-Fitr making the holy month of Pakistan, Ramdan remarkable. the flight will take off thrice in week between London and Islamabad.
British airways suspended its flights shortly after 20th September 2008, bombing devastated the Marriott in Islamabad, killing at least 54 and with 270 wounded.
With this flight from Islamabad to Delhi are also resumed after 3 months.
Some of the tweets of British Airways are here: