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Iran-Afghanistan Flights Resume

Iran-Afghanistan Flights Resume
Iran-Afghanistan Flights Resume

Flights between Iran and Afghanistan resumed on Sept. 15 after political upheavals in the neighboring country and problems at Kabul International Airport, also known as Hamid Karzai International Airport, had led to their suspension.
Following licenses issued by Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization and Iraq Civil Aviation Authority, Mahan Air operated the Mashhad-Kabul-Mashhad charter flight on Sept. 15, Fars News Agency reported. 
An Airbus 310 airplane took off from Mashhad International Airport with 19 passengers on board and departed from Kabul International Airport for Mashhad with 26 passengers.


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