First PIA flight after troop withdrawal reaches Kabul: spokesperson


A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) business flight from Islamabad landed in Kabul on Monday, a spokesperson for the airline mentioned.

The flight of the state airline would later carry individuals from Kabul to Islamabad holding legitimate travel paperwork. Though it was not instantly clear if it was categorised as an everyday business flight or a particular business constitution.

This was the primary PIA flight to the touch down in Kabul after the tip of the overseas troop withdrawal and large-scale evacuation of individuals from Afghanistan earlier this month.

Flight PK 6249 departed from Islamabad and landed at Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport at 10:15 am.

Afghan Civil Aviation and native PIA personnel made particular preparations to revive providers on the airport with Pakistan’s Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan and different diplomatic workers taking part in an important function within the effort.

PIA Chief Operating Officer Air Commodore Jawad Zafar was current on the airplane as a consultant of the airline’s Chief Executive Air Marshal Arshad Malik.

Read: PIA to restart business flights to Kabul from Monday

Earlier, the nationwide provider had taken worldwide journalists to Kabul and introduced again a crew of the World Bank and worldwide information businesses

Air Marshal Malik had mentioned that this operation was essential for PIA and the entire world as everybody was taking a look at us to revive contacts. Hopefully, we can totally restore the operation quickly, he added.

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