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Air India resumes flights between Kabul and Delhi

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Air India resumes flights between Kabul and Delhi

  Air IndiaIndia’s state owned airline, Air India, resumed its flights between Kabul and Delhi after a two-day suspension.

The airline had suspended its flights to Kabul following the attack on Kabul International Airport on Thursday.

Another Indian airline, SpiceJet, recently announced its suspension of flights between Kabul and Delhi until the situation improves

The spate of attacks on Kabul Airport has raised concerns among the international airline companies over insecurity of Afghanistan’s sky.

There have been rumors about other international airlines planning to suspend flights to Afghanistan.

Spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation and Aviation, Hikmatullah Qwanch, told Retuers rumors were circulating around about Turkish Airlines, FlyDubai and Emirates wanting to suspend flights to Afghanistan until they receive a green signal on Afghanistan’s security.

In the meantime, Turkish Airlines and Emirates have said there were no such plans and flights would be operating normally. However, the suspension might come if the airport sees more attacks.



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