"In view of the recent developments and return to calm in the Pakistani airspace, the GCAA decided to cancel suspension of flights and allow aircraft registered in the UAE to resume flights to Karachi, Islamabad and Peshawar", the organization wrote on Twitter.
The GCAA also noted that the situation in other airports would be assessed later. The ban on flights from the UAE to Pakistan was introduced on Wednesday "to ensure safety of passengers and national airlines".
The group, which used to perpetrate attacks in the Jammu and Kashmir state, is reportedly affiliated with Taliban movement and al-Qaeda terrorists and aims to separate Kashmir from India and to merge it into neighboring Pakistan.
Jammu and Kashmir is a region that has been disputed by India and Pakistan since 1947 when both countries gained independence from the British Empire. The two countries have gone through three wars over the region, but the conflict has not been resolved. The unstable situation in the region has reportedly led to the emergence of extremist groups.
*Taliban, al-Qaeda are a terrorist organisations banned in Russia and many other countries.