Ariana Afghan Airlines has resumed flying between Kabul and three main provincial cities after a technical crew from Qatar reopened the capital’s airport for assist and domestic providers.
Flights between Kabul and town of Herat within the west, Mazar-i-Sharif within the north, and Kandahar within the south have restarted, the airline stated in an announcement on its Facebook web page.
Earlier, Qatar’s Ambassador to Afghanistan Saeed bin Mubarak al-Khayarin stated a technical crew had been in a position to reopen Kabul airport to receive assist.
Lauding this as a step taken to return the nation to relative normality after a tumultuous interval, the ambassador added that the airport runway has been repaired in cooperation with Afghan authorities.
Reopening the airport, an important lifeline to each the surface world and throughout Afghanistan’s mountainous territory, has been a excessive precedence for the Taliban because it seeks to restore order after they accomplished their lightning seizure of the nation by taking Kabul on August 15.