Afghanistan resumes int’l flights after three months

By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: Afghanistan has allowed international airlines to operate flights to and from the country from yesterday with special precautions after a suspension of three months due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement that the Turkish Airlines resumed flights on Wednesday, 24th of June.
According to the statement, Emirates Airlines will resume flights to Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airports by today, 25th of June.
“All passengers holding visas and residents permit for Turkey, UAE, European countries and the US can take international flights from tomorrow (today),” the Civil Aviation Authority said Tuesday.
Meanwhile, domestic airlines – Ariana and Kam Air – have also resumed international flights, the organization added.
It comes as flights to/from most of the countries around the globe including Afghanistan were halted due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19. 
Recently, with a decline in the spread of the virus, some countries have gradually resumed their flights.

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