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US government lifts ban on Kam Air

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US government lifts ban on Kam Air

Kam AirThe US government has lifted ban on Afghanistan’s first and major private airline company, Kam Air, who was accused of ferrying large quantities of opium on civilian flights.

The ban on Kam Air was suspended by the US government in February of last year. The Afghan government was urged to conduct a full investigation of the case.

According to a statement from the Office of Transportation Counselor of the Embassy of the United States, the ban has been now lifted permanently, after it was proven that Kam Air was not involved in any illegal business.

Founded in 2003 by Zamari Kamgar, Kam Air is the first privately owned passenger airline in Afghanistan.

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