Pak to Resume Commercial Flights to Kabul on Monday

The PIA official said that permission to land at the Kabul airport has been granted by Afghanistan's Civil Aviation Authority.

Islamabad: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has decided to resume commercial flights to Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, starting from Sept. 13, the airline said on Saturday.

The PIA official said that permission to land at the Kabul airport has been granted by Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Authority.

Meanwhile, PIA’s Spokesman Abdullah Hafeez Khan said that Pakistan has got all the technical clearance for flight operations, and an Airbus A320 jet is scheduled to take passengers from Islamabad to Kabul.


Late last month, the PIA temporarily suspended its operations to Kabul, according to the PIA officials.

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