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Afghanistan airlines flying soon to be out of EU blacklist

(Last Updated On: January 12, 2015)


Measures set out by the civil aviation authorities of Member States of the European Union (EU) for Afghanistan’s aviation companies are about to be completed and Afghanistan flights to European countries to begin soon, the department of civil aviation said.
It has been said that Afghanistan aviation companies were blacklisted four year ago.
The European Union has blacklisted Afghanistan airlines that are not permitted to fly into the countries of the European Union due to safety concerns since 2010.
Currently, Afghanistan aviation companies have flights to countries such as; Arabic countries, India, turkey and other Asian countries.
More than ten foreign aviation companies have flights to Afghanistan that includes Fly Dubai, Turkish Airways, Air Arabia, Air India and Iranian company Aseman.


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