The new Afghan ruling government has contacted Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to request permission for planned flights by Afghanistan Airlines Ariana and Kam Air.
The Afghan Ministry of Civil Aviation submitted a letter to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) requesting approval for the planned flights of Afghanistan Airlines Ariana and Kam Air to Pakistan, according to the letter.
Permission for flights was required under the Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) between the two neighboring countries, according to the letter, which also stated that US troops had demolished amenities at Kabul International Airport during the withdrawal process, and that Qatar had restored technical aviation facilities at Kabul Airport.
The Kabul airport had already been reopened following the US withdrawal, and the first flight from Kabul to Mazar-e-Sharif had taken off.
Foreign flights, on the other hand, will take some time to begin, according to the chief of Afghan civil aviation.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) canceled a chartered flight from Islamabad International Airport to Kabul scheduled for Wednesday on Tuesday.
Officials claimed that international flights were resuming from Kabul Airport, with a Qatar Airways flight carrying foreign passengers departing from Kabul.
On September 09, Kabul Airport announced the start of foreign flights.
The first aircraft of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) landed at Kabul International Airport on September 13 following the formation of a new government in Afghanistan.
According to people familiar with the situation, the PIA flight that was previously canceled has been rescheduled for Thursday morning.