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Afghan airline poised to launch regular flights to Uzbekistan

AT Monitoring Desk

KABUL: Uzbekistan and Afghanistan’s aviation authorities have agreed to open flights from Mazar-e-Sharif to Tashkent, Trend reports citing the press service of Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Transport.

The agreement was reached during negotiations which took place in the Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif.

Regular flights will be operated by Afghanistan’s Kam Air. The organizational and technical procedures associated with this are expected to be implemented in December.

In December 2017, Kam Air launched flights from Kabul to Tashkent. They are operated twice a week.

Kam Air is an Afghan airline headquartered in the capital Kabul. The company received its Air’s Operator Certificate (AOC No. 001) in August 2003 and was the first to be issued by Afghanistan’s Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation. The airline offers direct international services from Kabul and Herat. It also connects Kabul to 11 domestic destinations.

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