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Afghanistan’s Air Cargo Service

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Afghanistan’s Air Cargo Service

Afghanistan is now listed in the cargo services supplier countries, after Kam Air purchased two Boeing 747 airplanes.

The two planes, costing USD 30 million, can carry 120 tons of goods.

This facility is a great facilitator for Afghan exports that faced many problems by road transportation.

Kam Air’s deputy CEO, Temor Shah Shahab said: “Our airplanes are ready to fly!”


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