Services at the airport in Afghanistan are now gradually being normalized. Domestic flights service has resumed. Ariana Afghan Airlines has given this information. Afghan Airlines has said that domestic flights service has resumed in Afghanistan from Friday. Afghan citizens can travel from one city to another after air services return to normal.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) has resumed flights to enable 160 humanitarian organizations to continue their life-saving activities in Afghanistan since the Taliban took power. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ spokesman Stephane Dujarric was quoted as saying that the air passenger service is currently connecting Pakistan’s capital Islamabad with Mazar-e-Sharif and Kandahar in Afghanistan. Three flights have already arrived at Mazar-e-Sharif since Sunday.
According to the WFP, all efforts are being made to speed up the operations at the earliest and increase the number of flying destinations in Afghanistan. In addition, a cargo air bridge is being set up to transport non-food items, such as medical and other emergency supplies, where they are needed most. Dujarric said that Afghanistan’s capital Kabul is currently inaccessible by air.
He said, “That airport is not yet operational, at least for us. We obviously have high hopes that it will be operational in the near future. I think there is a lot of air travel across Afghanistan, given the difficulty of traveling by road often,” he said. Access to airports is very important. And obviously the airport in Kabul is very important for us to be able to move staff around and bring stuff in.”
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